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The death of a former presidential candidate in a fiery car crash at her Virginia vineyard has ties to a 30-year-old murder, as well as to Lucie Montgomery's own near-fatal accident 10 years ago, as she searches for a killer who now may be stalking her.

When Jamison Vaughn - billionaire real estate mogul, Virginia vineyard owner, and unsuccessful US presidential candidate - drives his gold SUV into a stone pillar at the entrance to Montgomery Estate Vineyard, Lucie Montgomery is certain the crash was deliberate. But everyone else in Atoka, Virginia, is equally sure that Jamie must have lost control of his car on a rain-slicked country road. In spite of being saddled with massive campaign debts from the recent election, Jamie is seemingly the man with the perfect life. What possible reason could he have for committing suicide? Or was it murder?

Before long, Lucie uncovers a connection between Jamie and some of his old friends, an elite group of academics, and the brutal murder 30 years ago of a brilliant PhD student. Although a handyman is on death row for the crime, Lucie soon suspects someone else is guilty. But the investigation into the two deaths throws Lucie a curve ball when someone from her own past becomes involved, forcing her to confront old demons. Now the race to solve the mystery behind the two deaths becomes intensely personal as Lucie realizes someone wants her silenced - for good.

©2017 Ellen Crosby (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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This is a great series. I think this book is the best of the series.

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Glad I stuck with it, enjoyable

Took me a few chapters to get into it, glad I did. It's a well-developed story combined with a good performance.

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Tame Cozy Mystery

Not the best book I’ve listened to. Very tame and drawn out story of a 30 year old death. The performance was as best as could be expected with endless run on sentences, and information repeated over and over. Your grandma might like this story. Otherwise give it a pass.

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Good mystery and view of forgiveness

The mystery was well written and characters you can care about. The emotions of the main characters not over done but just enough to be believable. A final aspect of forgiveness made it special.

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Very pleasantly surprised and better than therapy!

AMAZING narration. One of the best female performances of male voices! The story was unique enough to be engaging and conventional enough to be relatable. The Sasha character grated my nerves, though, and Quinn seemed a little too perfect to be realistic. Despite this, the emotional journey of the protagonist and the unlikely redemptive qualities of even the most flawed characters provided worthwhile insights.