- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
- Available in: epub, mobi, pdf, rtf, lrf, pdb, txt, html
- ISBN: 978-1479302192
- Published: January 9, 2013
Eden Sheridan spent years recovering from a traumatic childhood while re-inventing her life as a successful business woman. Now that the Lakeside Inn she bought as an abandoned derelict and re-built as an upscale resort is ready for sale, she finds herself held back by a tangled relationship with her lover, Constable Rhiannon O’Hara, and by the resentment that comes from Jubilee, the grown daughter she raised alone.
Then, a reclusive old hippie is found murdered in her isolated mountain cabin, and only days later, a successful realtor is killed on a ferry crossing. As the body count climbs in the small, interconnected communities that dot the shores of Kootenay Lake, Eden realizes that she is the only common thread in the victim’s lives and Rhiannon is determined find the killer before Eden becomes the next target.
I found this book quite an interesting and enjoyable read. The characters are quite approachable, human and flawed and nuanced, each of them growing and developing as people do when faced with the adversities of their lives. I found the portrayal of the villain of the story particularly interesting, as the mystery of not just who they are but also why they are doing what they are doing is revealed.