SHERYL SCARBOROUGH is an award-winning writer for children’s television. She holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts, lives in Washington state, and has always had an obsession with forensics. When she was twelve, her home was the target of a Peeping Tom. Sheryl diligently photographed his footprints and collected the candy wrappers he left behind. Unfortunately, he was never caught. But the desire to use evidence to solve a great mystery was sparked inside Scarborough all the same. To Catch a Killer is her debut.
“Scarborough has written an intense, engrossing debut. Readers will root for Erin to find answers, laugh at her friends’ antics as they play detective, and struggle to identify the killer in a plot full of red herrings and multiple suspects. This solid mystery will easily grab the attention of fans of the genre.”—Booklist
“Scarborough has introduced a steely, vulnerable sleuth who is at her best when in dogged pursuit. A didn’t-see it-coming finish for forensics fans and converts.” —New York Times bestselling author Rita Williams-Garcia
“A compulsive read. Scarborough has created a thrilling book brimming with life, murder, and adventure.” —Carrie Jones, New York Times bestselling author of Flying
“To Catch a Killer is a tense, storming heartbeat of a thriller. Scarborough’s tightly woven story merges forensic intrigue with friendship, romance, and family, nailing the dynamic stylings of Veronica Mars and the playful spirit of Bones. I could not put it down.” —Cori McCarthy, author of Breaking Sky
“A relatable cast and well thought-out plot make this mystery a Sherlockian puzzle sure to impress the most hardened crime-procedural fanatic. Don your deer-stalker caps, gumshoes, you’re in for a twisty ride.” —Mary Elizabeth Summer, author of Trust Me, I’m Lying
“Erin and her friends dished up romance, pizza, and a heap of deliciously fun forensic knowledge, plus a couple of thrilling murder mysteries that kept me sitting on my hands so as not to sneak a peek at its conclusion. It was worth the wait!” —Estelle Laure, author of This Raging Light