Shadow Notes: A Clara Montague Mystery

Shadow Notes: A Clara Montague Mystery

by Laurel S. Peterson

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Shadow Notes: A Clara Montague Mystery by Laurel S. Peterson

Clara Montague didn't want to go home to Connecticut for Christmas. Her mother Constance never seemed to like her--or her intuitive dreams about the people she loved. Clara tried to warn her mother that her father was about to have a heart attack, but Constance wouldn't listen--and her father died.

Now living in Europe, Clara dreams her mother is in terrible danger, and can't ignore it. Shortly after she returns, her mother's therapist (and former lover) Hugh Woodward is murdered--and Constance is jailed for the crime.

Since Constance won't talk to her about the case, Clara decides to investigate by cozying up to her mother's former best friend, wealthy socialite Mary Ellen Winters. Mary Ellen insinuates that Constance has many sordid secrets to hide--and Hugh is just the tip of the iceberg.

Frantically seeking clues to her mother's hidden past, Clara uncovers the file of "shadow notes" that Hugh maintained to document his sessions with her mother, but they are snatched from her hands before she can read them.

As Clara gets closer to the truth about Hugh's murder and its connection to her mother's past, threats against her own life escalate. Can Clara's intuition help her peel back years of high-stakes secrets to identify the real murderer?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158447938
Publisher: Barking Rain Press
Publication date: 05/19/2016
Series: Clara Montague Mysteries , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 232
Sales rank: 1,257,552
File size: 6 MB

About the Author

Before Laurel Peterson became an English professor, she sold housewares, catered, managed advertising accounts, and worked as a tree company secretary. Her writing career has included a column on local history, serving as the editor of the literary journal, Inkwell, and two poetry chapbooks, That’s the Way the Music Sounds and Talking to the Mirror. She co-edited a collection of essays on women’s justice titled (Re)Interpretations: The Shapes of Justice in Women’s Experience. She and her husband live in Connecticut and Vermont. Find out more at her website, www.laurelpeterson.com, or on her Facebook page.

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