One steaming hot August in New York, grandmother Jean Henderson discovers with a shock she has become invisible.
Does she get mad? You betcha. Then swiftly devises a plan to get even.
Visiting Manhattan for the first time to help her son with his new baby, Jean gets caught up in a fatal grocery store robbery just moments after climbing out of her cab from JFK. Things quickly slide from awful to worse when she discovers her son and his pregnant wife have disappeared, owing a fortune to a murderous loan shark.Â
Jean's son has gone underground, the NYPD powerless to track down a man who is determined to stay hidden. Desperate to get him back, Jean decides the only way...
Eva was born and raised in south London. She's been a local government worker, singer, dot com entrepreneur, portrait artist, project manager, web designer and content editor.
In 2011 Eva won the inaugural Lucy Cavendish fiction prize for her first novel, The Loyal Servant. The novel was also shortlisted for ITV's People's Novelist Award.
Eva lives in Sussex and London.