In extravagant mid-eighties Toronto, the privileged Waites family is victimized when their talented and artistic eleven-year-old daughter Lizbett is murdered by a sexual predator. How can the family learn to cope with such horror? In an intimate exploration of grief, the surviving family members go through their grieving process. An abused rescue dog, itself in need of healing, becomes part of their journey back to normalcy. Meanwhile, the police search in vain for the murderer, Melvyn Searle, who is on his own journey, feeling invincible and hatching new plans as he draws closer to the family and stalks the Waites's younger daughter, Darcy. A work that challenges our reason, our emotions, and our spirit, No Worst, There Is None is a novel inspired by real-life events.