Canadian novelist Leona Gom weaves a complex narrative in Freeze Frame, a mystery set in White Rock, British Columbia, a city that borders scenic Semiahmoo Bay. When protagonist Vicky Bauer discovers that her friend Rachel has been murdered, she is determined to uncover the killer’s identity. Erin Moon’s nuanced performance creates a suspenseful atmosphere; she delivers dialogue with great aplomb, imbuing each character with a distinctive voice. Freeze Frame takes the listener on a journey that exposes family secrets, deception, and the dark side of human nature.
Vicky Bauer is a woman who unwittingly gets involved in other people's business. Sometimes this gets her into serious trouble. Take Rachel for instance. When Vicky witnesses Rachel's abuse at the hands of her husband, Vicky offers Rachel refuge in her home. Weeks later, Rachel is found dead. Vicky is compelled to make sense of this young woman's story and to track down her killer. Vicky Bauer's methods of deduction explore not only the hard facts but also the convoluted road of relationships and family secrets, as she pieces together a fascinating tale of human complexity and deception.