The Boy Who Danced with Monkeys
Noah McCallum was seven years old when he appeared in a human interest photo that ran in the local newspaper. The picture captioned The Boy Who Dances With Monkeys, went viral when Noah's mother Vivi, and her friend Jenna Simon, who snapped the picture, were found brutally murdered days later. While some speculated that Noah may have witnessed the crime, a traumatic brain injury weeks later compromised his already fragile memories. Twenty-five years later, journalist Ava Watson is investigating the murders of her Aunt Jenna and Noah's mother. When Ava meets Noah, she soon finds that his over protective step-grandmother and her secretive staff won't make it easy for her to question Noah alone. In order to solve the murders, Ava needs to isolate Noah and help him discover the dark tragic secrets deeply hidden in the shadowy corners of his mind. The problem is there are too many others who would prefer that those memories never surface.
- Paperback | 266 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 15.24mm | 408.23g
- 13 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About P L Klein
P.L. Klein has been writing for publication since 2010. Besides being a prolific author of Romance, Paranormal, Mystery and Suspense, she is a gifted Watercolorist, Pen and Ink illustrator and pencil sketch artist. She's a lifelong resident of West Michigan, though she's traveled extensively throughout the US and Europe. The best part of living where she does with her husband is that she's near her children and grandchildren.