A new mystery for Homicide Investigator Lucinda Pierce - When a missing elderly man shows up dead on his son’s front porch, Homicide Detective Lucinda Pierce isn’t certain if she’s investigating a murder or one of the strangest natural deaths she’s ever encountered. But when the investigation brings Lucinda into contact with the adult children of missing persons with dementia, resurrecting the trauma of the death of her own parents, Lucinda begins to question her own motivation for continuing to search for answers when there are no definitive indications of homicide . . .
About the Author
Diane Fanning is the co-editor of "Red Boots & Attitude" and the author of "The Windwalkers," Her stories and essays have been published in the "Baltimore Sun" and other periodicals. She is the Executive Director of Another Way Texas Shares, a non-profit federation. Fanning lives in New Braunfels, Texas with her husband, cat, and dog.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Totally fooled me on why elderly wre dead and suffere d from Alzheimer's. I thought motive for most of book was social security checks. Wrong in every way, delighted me.