Annie can hardly believe it: The police say her husband, Max, sits behind bars. They speak of him with a beautiful blonde. By the time Annie bails Max out, the blonde has disappeared and Max is the prime suspect in a crime.
The baffling, bloodstained trail leads to the home of the Tarrants, a venerable Southern family with a violent history dating back to the Revolution - and ghosts of a more recent vintage. Infighting and mayhem reign in the family, and a killer wants hide the secrets that haunt the Tarrants. It's up to Annie to stop him.
©2012 Carolyn G Hart (P)2012 Random House Audio
this is a somewhat unusual mystery as the major crimes have occurred decades ago. Reminiscent of Christie's Elephants can Remember, but original none the less. Kate Reading is one of the best narrators ever and she gives her usual great performance here. Great read for a cozy April night.
A little history and a little drama all in one. You can almost see it happen.
Good, a little change up on the plot.
I think one of the best the characters were well development and the side story gave an added dimension to the characters
This was a pretty good book. I figured out who did it and why mid way through, but, I continued to read because it was a very good mystery.
I love the Death on Demand Series.
I have read many of them a LONG time ago and am thoroughly enjoying listening to them again!
Kate is excellent! I love the continuity from book to book!
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