Attendees of the Southern California Writers Conference and the Writers Coffeehouse are likely to already be familiar with debut author Indy Quillen. Indy notes on her website, “I like feeling self-reliant. Knowing I have the skills and knowledge to cope with emergencies or natural disasters gives me a peace of mind. I may never need those skills –but it’s nice to have them, all the same. As I venture into this brave new world of publishing, I sense new adventures and more ways to learn self–reliance. I hope you’ll stick around to see what happens and share your experiences as well.” Tracker, Indy’s debut suspense novel, introduces Fox Walker, a loner who has to bring all of his skills of self-reliance to the fore when he has to protect a woman in the Colorado wilderness from a determined killer.
Apprenticed since early childhood in the ancient Native American skills of survival, tracker Fox Walker is a loner by choice until the day he discovers a young woman living as a primitive deep in the Colorado wilderness. She has no memory of her past and her torso is riddled with scars. The killer responsible for her emotional and physical damage has returned to finish what he started. Walker finds himself in the midst of an FBI manhunt. He’ll be called upon to use all of his unique skills and wisdom if he is to save the woman of the wilderness.