A fine debut, one hopes the first of many Lacey McCrae novels to come. - Booklist
More than a riveting page-turner, When the Flood Falls also offers readers a stirring celebration of female friendship and the ability of women to summon strength and resilience in times of crisis. I already can’t wait for the next Lacey McCrae adventure. - Angie Abdou, author of In Case I Go
Beneath the many mysteries of Barnard’s character-driven debut are enduring questions about the complexities of life and the choices people make. - Kirkus Reviews
A master at developing characters with believable, deep and rich histories that give authenticity to their psychological states and affect the interactions and relationships within the story. - Jennifer Taylor
Set in the stunning foothills of the Rocky Mountains, When the Flood Falls weaves a compelling, intricate tale of love, community, and betrayal in the high-stakes world of big oil and hockey. In this impressive series debut, Barnard introduces Lacey McCrae, a tough but fragile ex-RCMP officer in search of a new path to dignity. - Barbara Fradkin, author of The Amanda Doucette mystery series
A taut, high-stakes thriller that is deeply personal, internal, and psychological. - Foreword Reviews
This complex, unconventional debut, which revolves around the power of men to instill fear, unfolds slowly, introducing the voices of three individuals suffering from some form of trauma. - Library Journal
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