Leathan Wilkey doesn’t know who murdered his friend—or why she was murdered—but he will remain tormented until he brings about some sort of justice for her.
At first, Leathan Wilkey thinks he led the killer to Anaïs.
Leathan had been looking for the owner of a camera that was left in Anaïs’ café. It was a small favor for her—a favor that seems to have led trouble from his past to his friend.
But as he follows the few details about her death of which he is certain, Leathan realizes that the murder wasn’t connected to him, and the search for the camera’s owner wasn’t a favor for Anaïs. When he was looking for the owner of the lost camera, he was, in fact, creating a distraction. And now that Anaïs is dead, Leathan doesn’t understand why he was duped into creating this distraction.
Leathan needs to find the person who wanted him to create a diversion. Maybe this person knows who killed Anaïs—and why.
All Leathan knows for sure is that he will remain tormented until he brings about some sort of justice for Anaïs.
Read the first chapter of The Camera.