L.E. Fraser

L.E. Fraser is the published author of the mystery-thriller series, Perdition Games. Each novel has a unique plotline and features returning protagonists Sam McNamara and Reece Hash. Fraser is an avid reader and reviewer of indie writers, a strong supporter of indie artists, and an advocate for literacy.

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Author Biography

I’m a voracious reader, love movies and cooking, and am an avid supporter of indie artists. After living in Toronto for years, I now reside in London Ontario with my husband, sons, and three pugs. In 2013, I left the corporate world to publish my debut novel. Most people thought this was a monumentally stupid thing to do, but I’ve never been one to run with the herd. With the help of a fantastic book team, I published Simon Says, Perdition Games in 2014, Skully, Perdition Games in 2015, and Red Rover, Perdition Games will release in 2016. Each story has a standalone plot, and the link is the returning protagonists, Sam McNamara and Reece Hash.

The Sam McNamara character owes her existence to a conversation I had with my paternal grandmother shortly before her death. We were discussing how I wanted to be a writer, and she told me the qualities she’d like in a female protagonist. I was fourteen and glimpsed hidden depths to my grandmother. Sam is not identical to her vision, but she’s close. Years later, when my son talked about schoolyard games, I had the idea for the Perdition Games mystery-thriller series. Children’s games can be downright traumatizing. So can the games that adults play.

These are not cozy mysteries with pugs solving crimes while their hapless owners flounder in their paw prints. They are dark. The characters’ motivations depict an ugly side to humanity. Monsters stand behind us in a grocery store checkout. They serve us food in restaurants and sit beside us at concerts. You never know the inner workings of anyone’s mind. Evil lives amongst us, camouflaged by normalcy and obscured by intelligence.

Come and play a game with me. Lori

Books by L.E. Fraser

Frozen Statues, Perdition Games


Seven university freshmen vanish. Two are found dead—frozen solid, their eyes replaced with black stones. And when the serial killer lures a Toronto PI into a deadly trap, she must fight her own demons to unravel the psychopath’s twisted game.

Red Rover, Perdition Games


An ex-football player is murdered. A ballet dancer commits suicide. As the horrific truth behind the brutal crimes unravel, a psychopath plays a terrifying game. The rules are simple: trust no one and stay alive.

Skully, Perdition Games


The beautiful wife of an aspiring politician vanishes from her home and police discover a gruesome crime scene. But things may not be as they seem, and the woman’s dark past could hold the key to her strange disappearance.

Simon Says: Perdition Games


Someone in Amanda Reid's family will do anything to protect the family's sinister tapestry from unravelling, even if it means protecting a psychopath.