Mike McIntyre



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A pretty teenager from Brandon, Manitoba, named Erin Chorney steps out for coffee, tells her mom she’ll be back in an hour – and never returns

Almost immediately, the rumours about Erin’s fate begin to fly. Psychics with bizarre theories and suggestions. Shocking accusations and denials. Cryptic diary entries. Disturbing anonymous letters. Search warrants and surveillance.

Has Erin, whose life has already been filled with several struggles, simply run away from those who love her? Or has someone stolen her from them?

Nearly two years later, when all hope seems lost – a last-ditch plan straight out of Hollywood.
The RCMP take aim at the prime suspect in Erin’s disappearance through a unique undercover sting operation, and the result is a wild, four-month ride into a dark criminal underworld filled with cunning mind games, shadowy figures, daring twists and Academy-award winning acting performances.

And an explosive ending that nobody saw coming…

  • FINALIST: 2007 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Non-Fiction

A Canadian bestseller!

“The investigation into Erin Chorney’s death is a fascinating one, and it has been retold well by McIntyre. As true crime books go, it is well worth a read.” – RCMP Staff Sgt. Steve Saunders, Winnipeg Free Press

“McIntyre writes with the authority of one who knows his subject well.” – East Bay Express


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About the Author

Mike McIntyre

Mike McIntyre is the justice reporter for the Winnipeg Free Press, as well as a broadcaster and best-selling writer. McIntyre’s first book, Nowhere to Run: The Killing of Constable Dennis Strongquill, was shortlisted for the 2004 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Non-Fiction.