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In fact, she’s about to start work on a B-movie, Festival of Death.
Now motivated by more than a paycheck, Eddie searches for Frankie, last seen hiding out among the homeless.
One day, Charlie Floyd, a brilliant, stubborn, experienced investigator who has recently retired from his job with the attorney general’s department for the state of Connecticut, receives a phone call from Manny Perez, a Cuban-American Miami police detective.
Perez, who’s worked with Floyd previously, wants to enlist the former investigator in his efforts to put an end to Francis Hoyt’s criminal career.
She needs Eddie’s services to find her missing brother Frankie Rizzoli, who sent her a cryptic message warning her to watch her back.
Eddie falls hard for Carla, who hasn’t given up on acting.
Frankie was once a member of the military police, and an old photo identifies an old Army buddy, James Curran, who starts to cross paths with both Eddie and Carla with increasing frequency.
Summers, he moves back up north, where he plies his trade in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Now, it’s up to Lucy Richardson and her fellow librarians to bone up on their detective skills and discover who is responsible for this wicked Halloween homicide.
Meanwhile, very strange things are happening at the library — haunted horses are materializing in the marsh, the lights seem to have an eerie life of their own, and the tiny crew of a model ship appears to move around when no one is watching. Or can it be that the Bodie Island Lighthouse really is haunted?
Armed only with the notes she’s scribbled during her favorite podcast, “How to Write a Mystery Novel,” as well as a lessons learned from crime heroes ranging from Hercule Poirot to Stephanie Plum, Sister Agatha leads the nuns of Gwenafwy Abbey (and her unwitting sidekick, Father Selwyn) as they begin a race against time to resolve the death of Jacob, save the Abbey, exonerate a beloved postulant, and restore the good name of their cheese.
Thanks to Crooked Lane Books, we have five copies of this first in the series to give away.