Molly Swain returns to Crooked Lake, the scene of her worst summer, and prepares to be called to account for past crimes. As if her own past isn't bad enough, her arrival coincides with the revelation of a more current crime and the investigation that will uncover evidence she buried twenty years before. As she navigates the minefields of family and inter-personal relationships she is faced with the ghosts of her past and the very real dangers of the present.
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About the Author
Ruth Hankins is an artist. Her canvas ranges from words, to paint, to fabric, to clay. Her stories are artful renditions of small town life and regular people caught up in the tumult of everyday life. Who among us, after all, hasn't contemplated the demise of an irksome relative?