“Readers will relish this story’s superior tension.” Midwest Book Review
Laurel Falls, N.C. 2005 A mysterious death in the North Carolina mountains. Then a second. By the third, the FBI finally gets involved. Trouble is, they’re looking in all the wrong places.
Abit Bradshaw has a theory, but of course the FBI doesn’t take him seriously. When he teams up with musicologist Wallis Harding, bluegrass music becomes more than something to practice and perform. It’s key to finding the serial killer.
Della Kincaid, a former crime reporter in Washington, D.C., can’t seem to escape her past. Now living in the small town of Laurel Falls, she’s busy investigating a fraud case that gets darker at every turn. She’s about to give up when a secretive whistleblower pulls her in again—and back to D.C.
Abit and Della team up once again to convince the FBI to help them with both their crime investigations.
Will Abit and Wallis discover the killer’s pattern … before he strikes again?
Can Della make sense of the whistleblower’s clues before the fraud case is closed for good?
You’ll love this suspenseful mystery because everyone longs to find justice in this crazy world.
This is the fourth novel—a standalone novel—in the Appalachian Mountain Mysteries series. All the favorite characters return, along with the debut of several colorful new ones.
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