A Seattle electrician shockingly discovers a dead body on the floor, above a garage, in an upscale Madison Park neighborhood. Instead of dialing the police he calls a local radio station to tell the world he’s found America’s missing rock icon, Cory Fontaine, with a shotgun on top of his body.
“Excellent reading! I'd love to get this defendant in the courtroom and put her butt on the stand. She'd have a lot of explaining to do. Well done!" —Anne Bremner
“Combining a lifetime's experience of law enforcement with the narrative instincts of a born storyteller, Neil Low delivers another winner with his thrilling and disquieting Crazy Love" —Peter Atkins
“Low’s calculated police procedural brings a sense of sanity to Crazy Love.” —Don Roff Author of Snowblind