Lisa Stowe is an author with four published books in the Wallace, Idaho Mystery series and one stand-alone book in the suspense/horror genre.
Lisa was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and her upbringing and deep connection to the landscape are reflected in these stories where mountains and forests become characters in their own right.
Wallace, Idaho has a turbulent history that includes mining, bordellos, one of the largest wildfires on record, the Sunshine Silver mine disaster, and generations upon generations of families with pasts that impact the present. It’s also a place of tall tamaracks, cemeteries that climb canyons, and mountains and forests that seem to stretch, untouched, forever. All of these things heavily influence the Wallace, Idaho mystery series.
This Deep Panic is a stand-alone book that deals with the catastrophic effects of the long-predicted Pacific Northwest earthquake. People who choose to live in earthquake zones know to plan ahead. They stockpile canned goods. They create Bugout bags for their cars. They feel prepared. But how do you prepare for an earthquake that releases mythical beings? How do you prepare for being deep in the woods, alone, and part of the ancient hunt?