Mary Jo Dawson is an excellent story teller and I love her style. Her blend of mystery, intrigue and humor keeps the reader riveted from cover to cover. Her attention to detail gives the reader a sense of being in the midst of the action and lends considerable credibility to the characters. I highly recommend this or any of Mary Jo Dawson’s books – I think they’d make great movies. – B. Weurding
Sally Nimitz is in the middle of a family crisis when a local police detective turns up at her front door. David White and Sally are not strangers. She was the delivery nurse when his wife had a baby, and he was in charge of the investigation of the murder of Sally’s neighbor, Amelia Marsh. Now Detective White has a personal request. Would Sally use the observation and deduction skills she displayed before to help find his missing brother? Has David White, a successful and respected widower, deliberately disappeared?
Her friends—and fellow amateur sleuths—George Thomas and Anne Carey, are only too happy to once again give her a hand and soon, they find themselves far from home in a very precarious situation.