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AuthorSibella Giorello
PublisherRolling Wheelhouse Publishing
Publication Date31-Aug-16
Book DescriptionEveryone has a plan, until life crashes in, Raleigh Harmon earned a brazen reputation during her years with the FBI. Now, having parted ways with the Bureau, she hopes to rebuild some of those broken relationships--including a new romance with alpha-male agent Jack Stephanson., , That's the plan ..., But when a dead body literally crosses her path in the mountains of Washington state, Raleigh's forced to choose between her personal life and her forensic skills to track a killer--a killer unlike any she's ever encountered, and a murder with clues that don't add up., , When she realizes the killer will strike again, Raleigh knows the only way to stop another murder is to put herself at the top of the killer's list., , With innocent lives on the line, and the FBI watching her every move, can Raleigh save another innocent girl from a gruesome end--or will she only wind up with more regrets, and literal dead ends?, , Praise for the Raleigh Harmon series: , "Giorello has won the Christy Award and has received two Pulitzer Prize nominations. When you read this book, you'll see why.", --Booklist, Starred Review, "Read her for her wonderfully descriptive prose, her killer plots or her well-drawn characters, but read her. You'll come away enriched in deep and plentiful ways."--The Richmond Times-Dispatch
About the AuthorSibella Giorello writes the award-winning and bestselling mystery series starring forensic geologist Raleigh Harmon. The first book in the series, "The Stones Cry Out," won a Christy Award for excellence. Since then, more Raleigh Harmon mysteries have followed, including a bestselling YA series in which the 15-year-old student geologist uses mineralogy to solve crimes in her hometown of Richmond, Virginia. A former newspaper reporter, Sibella's journalism was twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Find out more by visiting her website,
Number of Pages320