M. K. Lazar trained as a classical pianist from the age of seven. His curiosity for creative writing became apparent during his early childhood when he wrote a series of short stories, which included an F5 tornado, a house that smelled horribly like cabbage, and a cat named Mr Whiskers. Since then, M. K. Lazar has worked on numerous writing projects, including a line of young adult books and several novelettes. He has also undertaken postgraduate training in clinical psychology at the University of Melbourne. He currently lives in Melbourne, Australia.
Ten Fifty-Seven is his debut novel.
“We’ve got a 10-57,” said the deputy sheriff, switching the radio off.“A 10-57?” asked the recruit nervously.“Yeah, it means missing person.”Lima Skylar has been missing for three months now. Her family and friends grow increasingly unsettled as each day passes, and it isn’t long bef...