Indelible by Laurie Buchanan @tueswithlaurie @gosparkpress #review #thriller #seanmcphersonnovels


When a sniper killed his partner, Sean McPherson was injured in the ambush. Now an ex-cop, he takes a job at a writing retreat in the Pacific Northwest. At Pines & Quill, he hopes to heal and put his life back together in the Zen-like capacity of groundskeeper and all-around handyman.

Sniper, Jason Hughes, blames McPherson for the loss of more than ten million dollars’ worth of heroin―and he wants revenge.

In the guise of a New York City limo driver working on a sizzling tell-all memoir, Hughes arrives at Pines & Quill along with three other writers in residence: a bohemian psychic taking a break from grueling work as a forensic intuitive, a bitter divorcée who wants to open herself to a new life, and a vibrant and resilient potter navigating life from a wheelchair.

With conflicting agendas, uncertain loyalties, and romantic entanglements at play, Hughes finds it difficult to get McPherson in his sights. Gradually, he forms a different plan, one that threatens the lives of everyone at the retreat.


Sean McPherson is on the mend after a sniper shooting which injured him and killed his partner. Sean is helping his sister at her writing retreat, Pines and Quill. When a killer arrives with a set of writers, it turns the calm and serene Pines and Quill into chaos.

I loved the setting of Pines and Quills. I could just picture the cabins and the wonderful view. Plus, I loved the differences between all the characters. No two are alike! This truly made for unique situations and conversations. Add the crazy killer in the mix and you really have a tale not to be missed.

Need a fast paced thriller with a great setting and fabulous characters…THIS IS IT! Grab your copy today!

I received this novel from the author for a honest review.

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