Buried Trust

Buried Trust

by Nancy A Hughes
Buried Trust

Buried Trust

by Nancy A Hughes

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Two years after Kingsley and Todd Henning recovered their kidnapped infant, they are enjoying their country existence. Everything changes when criminals initiate a criminal enterprise on the farmland adjacent to the Henning's. Angered by late-night operations, zoning violations, and a violent foreman, the Hennings launch an investigation. Confrontations escalate. The criminal bosses attempt to buy, scare, terrorize, and kill the Hennings, whose sleuthing threatens their lucrative operation. Risking their lives, the Hennings expose the true nature of the enterprise. They realize that every close call has been thwarted by unexplainable circumstances. They suspect that their house, as rumored, is haunted by a spirit with an agenda of its own.

Two crimes, one location, separated by two centuries. The question that binds them-what is buried beneath?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781953434722
Publisher: Black Opal Books
Publication date: 06/11/2022
Pages: 350
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.78(d)

About the Author

Nancy A. Hughes, a native of Key West who grew up in Pittsburgh, lives with her husband in south-central Pennsylvania. Following graduation from Penn State where she studied journalism, she spent years as a business writer, specializing in media, community, and public relations for small to midsize businesses. In recent years, Nancy turned her attention to murdering people-on paper, that is. Her focus is character-driven crime-solving mysteries, her subgenre being amateur sleuth. Her debut mystery novel, The Dying Hour, was released in 2016 by Black Opal Books. A Matter of Trust, the first in her Trust trilogy, followed in 2017, Redeeming Trust, also in 2017, and Vanished in 2018. Her latest book, The Innocent Hour was published by Black Opal in 2020. When she isn't writing, she is devoted to shade gardening, volunteering at the VA, and spending time with family and friends.
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