Can the same killer strike again - a hundred and fifty years later?
Estes Park, Colorado, is a place of serenity. But it wasn't always so serene. Shortly after the Civil War, Nathan Kendall and his wife were murdered there, leaving behind a young son. The crime was never solved.
Now...historian Scarlet Barlow is working at a small museum attached to a B and B, the same building where that murder occurred. She recently came to Colorado, reeling after her divorce from FBI agent Diego McCullough. Diego - who's just been asked to join the Krewe of Hunters, a unit dealing with "unusual" situations....
When Scarlet unwittingly takes pictures of people who've been murdered - just like the Kendalls a hundred and fifty years before - the police look at her with suspicion. Then the museum's statues of historic people, including Nathan Kendall, begin to talk to her, and she knows it's time to call her ex-husband. Diego heads to Estes Park, determined to solve the bizarre case that threatens Scarlet's life - and to reunite with the woman he never stopped loving.
©2015 Heather Graham Pozzessere (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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Simple Amazing! How she keeps her amazing Krewe alive with intriguing mysteries, great characters full of romance. I loved Scarlet and Diego whom immediately caught up in their story as much as the mystery.
Had this mystery figured out by 5th chapter. This book is good for people with a 6th grade education. Narration was too sing singy. I live in Colorado and references to The Shinning are too many & silly.
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