By Carolyn Haines
(Mira, Mass Market Paperback, 9780778324171, 368pp.)
Publication Date: September 1, 2007
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When a decades-old mass grave near a notorious Biloxi nightclub is unearthed, reporter Carson Lynch is among the first on the scene.
The remains of five women lie within, each one buried with a bridal veiland without her ring finger.
Once an award-winning journalist, Carson knows her career is now hanging by a thread. This story has pulled her out of a pit of alcohol and self-loathing, and with justice and redemption in mind she begins to investigate. Days later two more bodies appear, begging the questionis a copycat murderer terrorizing Biloxi, or has a serial killer awoken from a twenty-five-year slumber?
Carolyn Haines is the author of over 50 books in multiple genres including thrillers, crime novels, mysteries, general fiction, romantic mysteries and non-fiction. She is the recipient of an Alabama State Council on the Arts writing fellowship. A native of Mississippi, she cares for 22 animals including 8 horses, most of them strays and is an advocate of spay and neuter programs and an activist for animal rights.