"Seventh Fire is a chilling tale with unimaginable evil at its core.Astolfo slowly but steadily builds suspense while introducing a handfulof plausible villains that keep the reader guessing until the very end.The story is a chilling, cautionary tale at odds with the beautifulsetting of Vancouver, which Astolfo paints with a deft hand." --BrendaChapman, author of In Winter's Grip
"Thirty years ago a horrificmurder shocked the city of Vancouver. The killer was quickly caught,tried, and incarcerated. But they had the wrong man, and Emily Taylorhas devoted her life to seeing her husband exonerated. Seventh Fire is a powerful tale of love verses hate and the ability of that love totriumph over evil." -- Vicki Delany, author of Among the Departed
From the Author
Anyone who has followed the trials of Steven Truscott, David Milgaard,or other wrongful convictions in North America, will be interested inwhat happened to Langford Taylor in 1980. And fans of Emily Taylor willbe thrilled to at last discover their dark secret, a theme which hasbeen threaded throughout the other three novels. Readers will be amazedat how far Emily will go to release her husband from a maniac. Please don't take this novel as strictly factual, however: I adhere to the adage, never let the facts get in the way of a good story.