Mundy's Landing Book Two
New York Times bestselling author Wendy Corsi Staub returns to Mundy’s Landing—a small town where bygone bloodshed has become big business.
Hair neatly braided, hands serenely clasped, eyes closed, the young woman appeared to be sound asleep. But the peaceful tableau was a madman’s handiwork. Beneath the covers, her white nightgown was spattered with blood. At daybreak, a horrified family would discover her corpse tucked into their guest room. The cunning killer would strike again . . . and again . . . before vanishing into the mists of time.
A century ago, the Sleeping Beauty Murders terrified picturesque Mundy’s Landing. The victims, like the killer, were never identified. Now, on the hundredth anniversary, the Historical Society’s annual “Mundypalooza” offers a hefty reward for solving the notorious case.
Annabelle Bingham, living in one of the three Murder Houses, can’t escape the feeling that her family is being watched—and not just by news crews and amateur sleuths. She’s right. Having unearthed the startling truth behind the horrific crimes, a copycat killer is about to reenact them—beneath the mansard roof of Annabelle’s dream home . . .
Praise For Blue Moon: Mundy's Landing Book Two…
— Reed Farrel Coleman, New York Times bestlselling author of Where It Hurts
“Wendy Corsi Staub is my go-to author for great suspense. Her novels are taut, compelling and impossible to put down.”
— Alison Gaylin, author of What Remains of Me
“WCS knows that evil things sometimes happen in small towns! If I were going to spend a few days lost in smalltown America, Mundy’s Landing is where I’d like it to happen.” Alex Marwood, author of THE KILLER NEXT DOOR
— Alex Marwood, author of The Killer Next Door
“An addictive trilogy! [...] Blue Moon is a fast-paced read that will leave readers wanting more.”
— The BOLO Books Review
William Morrow, 9780062349750, 448pp.
Publication Date: July 26, 2016
About the Author
USA Today and New York Times bestseller Wendy Corsi Staub is the award-winning author of more than seventy novels and has twice been nominated for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. She lives in the New York City suburbs with her husband and their two children.