Lynne Montgomery is checking out the sights for a future autumn tour in New England—and checking in on her mother who’s soon to open a New Hampshire bed-and-breakfast. The old place needs a lot of work, but wood rot becomes the least of their problems when workmen discover two skeletons under the basement floor. Lynne’s mother is frantic, and to save the B&B and her own sanity, Lynne needs to quickly identify the skeletons.
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About the Author
Taffy Cannon is the author of fifteen novels, including "Convictions: A Novel of the Sixties" and five travel mysteries: "Guns and Roses," "Murder Will Travel," "Murder Pans Out," "Fall Into Death," and "Keys to Death."
California State Bar attorney investigator Nan Robinson is featured in "A Pocketful of Karma," "Tangled Roots," and "Class Reunions Are Murder." Her stand-alone Southern California mysteries are "Open Season on Lawyers," "Paradise Lost," and "Blood Matters." She completed "The Tumbleweed Murders," begun by her late colleague Rebecca Rothenberg, and wrote an Academy Award-nominated short film, "Doubletalk."
Her nonfiction books are "Caregiving 101" and "SibCare: The Trip You Never Planned to Take."
Taffy Cannon is a Chicago native and graduate of Duke University. She has lived in southern California for most of her adult life and was honored as Carlsbad Citizen of the Year for managing the Friends Bookstore at the Carlsbad City Library.