A human skeleton is the last thing Thea Campbell and fiancé Paul Hudson expect to find buried in their own yard. Neither do they expect the town of Snohomish, Washington to erupt with excitement over a fictional pirate treasure the dead man is rumored to be guarding. This is obviously an old murder, and the police need to solve it.
Unfortunately, the disappearance of the bones hardly slows down local excitement as family and friends abandon any good sense they previously possessed. Some hold a séance, hoping for guidance to the treasure from the hereafter. Others take a more straightforward approach and dig up Thea’s yard with an unwavering persistence.
Someone, however, has not forgotten the decades-old crime, and that someone wants all the evidence destroyed, no matter the cost.
Thea and Paul are drawn into the mystery by earthly and unearthly forces, headed for a trap that, if sprung, could be their final rest.
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About the Author
Susan Schreyer lives in Washington State with her husband, two teenage children, and some cats. The horse lives within easy driving distance. When not working diligently writing articles for worthy publications or about people in the next town being murdered, Susan trains horses and teaches people how to ride them. She is a member of Sisters in Crime and is co-president of the Puget Sound Chapter of SinC.