Fay Cunningham, publisher of a small-town Pennsylvania newspaper, is in big trouble again. She's thrown into the investigation of an archery murder and must convince a young whippersnapper police officer the arrow that smacked into a tree next to her didn't come from a hunter who mistook her for a deer. Fay must prove it with lightning speed before the next arrow lands her six feet under.
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The first Fay Cunningham book was good. This one is sophmoric at best. Ms. Lee is in desperate need of a better editor if she plans to keep writing. The plot is jumpy, it's hard to follow how the characters relate or who is speaking to who. Two-thirds of the way through the book, Fay drives a Lincoln. In the final third, she suddenly drives a Cadillac. I felt like I was reading a rough draft, not a published novel. Save your time and money.