Grace Ward’s business is in full bloom during the first week of April as a major golf tournament in town means a lot of out of town guests and lots of social gatherings. The floral designer wonders if there’s something else going on in her city besides tee times when a beautiful young woman with a mysterious tattoo winds up dead in the Savannah River.
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Charmain Zimmerman Brackett is award-winning journalist and author. For more than 30 years, she’s written for The Augusta Chronicle in Augusta, Ga. and was named the Greater Augusta Arts Council’s media person of the year in 2018. She’s written more than a dozen books including The Key of Elyon, which won the 2014 Yerby Award for Fiction, and Little Pearl’s Circus World, which won the 2015 Georgia Author of the Year Award in children’s literature.