Twenty years later, a journalist is investigating Tricia's supposed suicide for a book. Suddenly, a second cheerleader is dead and the body count in the small West Virginia town continues to rise. For Joshua Thornton, the case is personal.
The reopening of the Wheeler case stirs up memories and feelings for a girl who died without knowing his true feelings for her. Now, the newly elected prosecutor is challenged to use everything he's got to find out what really happened to Tricia and stop the killing.
©2007 Lauren Carr; (P)2008 Books in Motion
When I listened to the first book in this series I thought it was predictable and the characters cardboard. I did think they showed potential. This book proved me wrong. They are if, anything, less believable. The women are unflatteringly stereotyped, the villains cartoony. I wasn't impressed with the narrator either, so that didn't help. Off to find a new author try.
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