Bones Along the Hill by Nancy Sartor
Neva is a funeral facial reconstructionist whose legendary skill at making the dead look alive has earned her the title of best in the nation. But her talent cannot bring back Gray Ledbetter her first love, who inexplicably took his own life ten years ago. Neva’s new love interest, hunky architect Davis Pratt has his own tragic mystery. He searches for his younger brother, Stephen, who disappeared long ago. Chances are Stephen’s dead, but Davis won’t give up. When their separate searches lead them to the Oakley cemetery and a murder tied to a human trafficking ring, impossible crimes threaten both family and friends, crimes that cannot be ignored. Not even the Nashville PD can keep Neva safe. Can Neva and Davis work together to avoid a fate that is absolutely worse than death?
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Nancy Sartor is an award-winning Nashville-born writer, a charter member and current president of Word Spinners Ink, a member of RWA, MWA, and SiNC, and a past recording secretary of SEMWA. She is an enthusiastic graduate of Donald Maass’s Breakout Novel Intensive Workshop, Don Maass’s workshop on micro tension, and the Writer’s Police Academy.
She lives in Rural Hill, Tennessee, just east of Nashville with her husband, classical composer and conductor David Sartor, and two Maine Coon cats. Ginger, the older cat, is part of the cast of Bones Along the Hill. Autumn Fire, the younger cat, is so far unsigned for a role, but she did gain a reference in Christmas Across Time.
To date, Nancy has three novels in print: Bones Along the Hill, a dark suspense set in Nashville; Christmas Across Time, a paranormal based on the real ghost known as the Opryland Black Lady, and Blessed Curse, a paranormal set in historic Rugby, Tennessee. Blessed Curse won the Daphne in 2018 for best paranormal.