Tower Lowe (aka Donna Tower Collins Pecherer)
For Immediate Release
Santa Fe Featured in New Suspense Novel, No Way Out
A Novel Escape from the Viral Quarantine
Santa Fe, New Mexico, March 19, 2020. From Solstice Publishing, No Way Out by Tower Lowe (released February 23, 2020) is a romantic suspense that begins when Molly witnesses a murder in a Santa Fe real estate office. The cops think it’s a political crime, but Molly knows better. Attacked by a truck, locked in an abandoned adobe in Española, and nearly drowned in Cochiti Lake, Molly and her PI lover Miguel Alvarez cruise Northern New Mexico to investigate a sex cult, missing money, and jaded love.
The novel’s main character Molly, lives with a disability – a damaged left arm – and her lover is a recovering addict. Tower Lowe is the pen name for local resident Donna Pecherer who is recovering from the hidden disabilities of alcoholism and depression. A unique feature of the novel is that it includes characters with hidden and visible disabilities who are part of the narrative, not stereotypes and not heroes for surviving. These characters live in the romance and suspense, interacting with the plot and owning the functional limitations life has served up to them.
Molly is strong.
Is her captor stronger?
FIVE STARS. Molly Donovan is a very strong female character. Tower Lowe is in peak form both as a story weaver and a first class writer...keeps the reader in suspense while completely entertaining us.
--San Francisco Review of Books (http://bit.ly/SanFranReview)
Available in print and ebook on amazon.com and at Solstice Publishing (http://bit.ly/SantaFeNoWayOut).