Sent to rescue a man called Grampa Ned from an out-of-control wildfire, Jamaica is surprised to find a severely burned firefighter separated from his crew in the forest - but no Ned. The wounded man mutters something cryptic to her, and she's left with more questions than answers. Now with the wildfire still raging, threatening the countryside and jeopardizing a sacred Indian tribal ritual, Jamaica must discover what happened to Ned and what the lone fireman was trying desperately to protect.
Best-selling author, volunteer firefighter and wildfire expert Sandi Ault crafts intriguing mysteries anchored by Bureau of Land Management agent Jamaica Wild. After witnessing a bizarre death, Jamaica follows a trail of clues to an ancient religious group whose practices include excessive penance and the reenaction of Christ’s crucifixion.
Sandi Ault displays a mastery of natural detail and deft plotting in her riveting mysteries. The third novel featuring resource agent Jamaica Wild, Wild Sorrow finds Jamaica hunkering down in a blizzard at an abandoned Indian school - where she finds the corpse of a former school teacher.