It has been twenty years since Lisa Craig was found murdered in a city park. Her killer was never found. When the case is re-opened, reporter Scott Preston falls increasingly under Lisa's spell. Her long red hair and flowing green cloak haunts his dreams. As Scott searches for her killer, it takes him down a perilous road that ends shockingly close to home.
"Murder at Midnight is a fantastic whodunit that held my interest from beginning to end. If you like cop stories and mysteries, check out this story and you won't be disappointed."
Night Owl Review
"The story was so beautifully composed, and in depth, that this reader was in awe. Karen Lewis, without a doubt, has penned a well-thought out mystery that is ingeniously fashioned. She instills a roller coaster ride, with unexpected twists and turns that had this reader puzzled as to the outcome. There was a touch of romance and elegance that gave the story that gusto making it a superb read. I love a good mystery and this one positively is one that this reader will not soon forget. The character of Lisa indeed has a way of clinging to the reader, as it did to Scott, in this remarkable mystery."
Fallen Angels Review
Under its previous title, LISA, this novel received the following reviews:
"Lisa is a whirlwind of a story that keeps the reader glued to their seat. I was fascinated by the characters of Scott and Meg and their cool relationship. I like the way things slowly happen between the two. Scott has an interesting characteristic the way he is absorbed with Lisa after all these years. Karen Lewis gives him determination that not many would pursue. The way she sketches her players, everything springs forth genuine in their story. With a well-developed ensemble of secondary players, this mind-blowing read is one that this reader will remember for years to come."
Coffee Time Romance Review
"Ms. Lewis writes a captivating story filled with twists and turns which keeps the reader guessing throughout. Her scenes are rich in detail and her characters, though flawed in some manner are realistic and relatable. I enjoyed the intricacy of her story. Many times murder mystery romances are topical, but her work delves deep, like a true murder investigation."
"If you want an engaging mystery read filled with a twist of romance, then Lisa is the novel for you. I give this work 4 books."
Long and Short Review
"Karen Lewis has written a riveting suspense tale; the perfect read for a dark and stormy night. Set in the Vancouver, Canada area, Lisa is a haunting story that is as difficult to put down, as it is to forget. With a growing cast of characters keeping the pace moving, there are as many plot twists and turns as there are curves on the Sea-to-Sky Highway. Grab this book and settle in with a bowl of popcorn and a cup of hot chocolate. This story will not disappoint."
Night Owl Romance Review
"LISA is a terrifyingly gripping story by Karen Lewis, and brought goose bumps to my chilled skin."
"I was really ecstatic about half way through the story when the mystery really gets a strange twist and that is what I like best about Ms. Lewis’ books. That, and the atmosphere in her stories, always adds that extra kick. It should always be rainy or foggy or misty when the killer comes about and Ms. Lewis’s does that part so well. I also enjoyed meeting Scott’s grandmother, Violet. She runs an antique store and she’s a hoot. She seems to be the only family Scott has and I could see he loves her dearly. But she has a new husband and Scott can’t quite accept him. He’s too confused about the new developments, and dreams he keeps having about Lisa. You won’t believe the outcome of this book. LISA is a book to die for, so go grab a copy today!"
Dark Angels Review