Praise for Mission Canyon

“A rattling good read, with an unexpected twist at the end.”
– Sunday Telegraph

“It seems that the most enjoyable thrillers bring together the past and the present in unexpected yet suspenseful ways. So it is with <em>Mission Canyon</em>… Echoes of a horrible auto accident in the past, involving Delaney’s fiancé, keep coinciding with a harrowing (and all-too-timely) story of corporate greed and evil-doing in quirky Southern California. It’s up to Delaney to deal with this risky business and sort out the good from the bad, which she does with characteristic pluck and wit. The personal issues Gardiner raises about the physical and emotional consequences of severe injury are among the best parts of the story.”
– Jeffery Deaver

“A kick-ass heroine who would stop at nothing to protect those close to her… wry humour oft-times peppered with sarcastic wit; and a quickening pace to the climax… I couldn’t put the book down.”
– The Peak, Singapore

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