In this third instalment of the cozy mystery "Emory Crawford" series, Emory takes on a mystery with a historic bent.
Twombly and Golden County's past and present meet during a present day flood year, bound together by the legend of a house that vanished without a trace during a record flood in 1844. Will an archeological team sponsored by Twombly College find the Sutton House?
Add moonshine to the cocktail when it's discovered the old illegal liquor trade is alive and well in Golden County. Teens are the ones drinking it - until murder is the result. Will Emory and Madison, with help from their families and friends, be able to sort myths and rumors from facts to solve both cases?
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)|
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mystery, relationships, suspense, amateur-sleuth Archaeology, an old mystery, and murder combine to make this university based novel a suspenseful and compelling read. Add in a psychically sensitive character or three and you just know you're in the right place. It caught me at the outset, and forced me to finish it in one day. I loved it!