Author Keith Lee Hickman’s new book “Random Matters: The Killing House” is a gripping mystery centered on the disappearance of a young woman on her way to school

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Recent release “Random Matters: The Killing House” from Page Publishing author Keith Lee Hickman is a fast-paced and suspenseful drama that ensnares the reader’s attention from the very first chapter. The disappearance of Gilly Moon, four decades after the unsolved abduction of her grandmother, sends her father, Henry, on a painful and terrifying race against the clock to learn the truth about his family and save his daughter’s life.

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Keith Lee Hickman has published his latest book “Random Matters: The Killing House”: a spellbinding novel that keeps the pages turning until the stunning conclusion.

When eighteen-year-old Gilly Moon vanishes on her way to a science fair at her school, a series of strange and confusing events is set into motion. Her dad, Henry, springs into action, dropping everything to search for his daughter. His desire to find Gilly may be responsible for turning him into a juggernaut private investigator, but his tenacity is intensified by the fact that his daughter is not the first person in his family to vanish without a trace. His mother, Kelly, was also taken from him and his father when Henry was a young boy.

Although Kelly is never found, her case is closed when a serial rapist and murderer named Oliver Payne confesses to kidnapping and killing the young wife and mother forty years earlier. And even though the monster is serving a life sentence, what Henry learns about his daughter’s disappearance causes him to wonder if Gilly’s case is somehow related to his mother’s. More digging causes Henry to question everything he ever believed about his family and his childhood when he discovers some astonishing long-kept secrets.

Just as the realities of the past start disrupting the progress of his investigation, a writer who is familiar with Kelly’s disappearance contacts Henry, and she wants to meet. Reenergized by her call, Henry agrees, and they quickly begin to combine their resources and evidence in order to pursue Gilly’s case together. Will that help him find Gilly before she suffers the same fate as her grandmother? Time will tell, but Henry knows he doesn’t have much of that! Every second Gilly is missing could be her last.

As they push forward with their investigation, things get complicated and random people, places, and events become inexplicably intertwined. Inuendo, painful memories, and self-interests constantly come into play throughout this thrilling and suspenseful tale of the bad luck, or perhaps the intentional targeting, of one unfortunate and innocent family.

Published by Page Publishing, Keith Lee Hickman’s engrossing book is an excellent choice for avid crime fiction readers.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Random Matters: The Killing House” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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