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One of America's most highly acclaimed mystery writers brings us another installment in the career of Henrietta "Henrie O" Collins, an ex-reporter turned sleuth. These days, Henrie O is teaching journalism at Thorndyke University, where she encourages an ambitious student to pursue an investigative series about three unrelated and hitherto unsolved local crimes. But the student's study habits get her killed. Her body's discovered at the site of one of the three crimes she was investigating. The police and the powers-that-be at Thorndyke are rabidly against Henrie O's involvement in the case. But the stubborn, sixty-something investigator is committed to dredging up a past everyone wants to keep buried -- even if it means placing herself firmly in the killer's path.

©2009 Carolyn Hart (P)2012 Random House

Critic Reviews

"A sassy heroine . . . She says what she thinks and pulls no punches." ( Chicago Sun-Times)
"Brilliant storytelling...Carolyn Hart is one of the most popular practitioners of the traditional mystery." ( Cleveland Plain Dealer)

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My favorite Henry O novel. When I saw that Audible had it I knew I’d get it. Kate Reading is a fantastic narrator.