When thirty-five-year-old New Orleans detective Brenda Shapira discovers a murder victim in the historic Garden District, she realizes it is no ordinary case. The stakes are higher and the mystery is more thrilling.
As more bodies pile up, the evidence points to a seemingly impossible conclusion: the killer may be Thomas Carpenter — who died in 1878, a full century before the murders were committed.
Could Carpenter really have found a way to return and seek vengeance against those he feels wronged him?
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Cynthia Lott is a Writer and Researcher. She loves hearing life stories over a glass of good wine, preferably a nice Shiraz or Cabernet. A member of both Sisters in Crime, Inc. and International Thriller Writers, Inc., she also holds an MLS from UW-Madison and a B.A. in Creative Writing from LSU.