Ian Lewis prefers not to be bound by a particular genre. Though the inspiration for his work varies, it often finds roots in something he dreamt. He strives for a gritty realism and maintains an interest in the humanity of his characters. His hope is that readers find themselves haunted by his stories in the sense that the narrative sticks with them long after they've finished reading, leaving them with a subtle restlessness for more. Mr. Lewis is the author of the experimental Driver series as well as From Legend, the first novel in a Gothic Western series known as the Reeve.
Sober, serious, and driven, Logan Hale is the highest peace officer in Beldenridge, and he knows his city better than anyone: the labyrinthine streets, the vaulted architecture, and all the dark corners where tales of mutations and a vicious enemy still linger like hushed secrets. Logan is quick to dismiss these accounts as part of a storied past with which he’d rather not contend, but when a suicide investigation leads him to believe there’s something more sinister at hand, he questions whether that near-forgotten lore isn’t the stuff of legend after all.
The Camaro Murders
"The first book in the experimental Driver series, The Camaro Murders is a stark account of a small town murder told from four perspectives, one of them from beyond the grave.
The man known as the Driver wanders between the living and the dead, tasked with gathering murdered souls. When he learns a young girl's killer will act again, he must make a choice: carry out his duty or intervene to save a boy's life."