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Photos and Foul Play

by Brynn Bonner

eBook
In this second Family History mystery, a professional genealogist realizes the family history she's tracing may be repeating itself after her client's son-in-law turns up dead.
A killer makes his final cut. . . .

If there's one thing genealogists Sophreena McClure and Esme Sabatier have learned, it's that every family has a black sheep— sometimes a whole flock of them. Their new client, Olivia Clement, is hoping to uncover the truth about her ne'er-do-well father, who disappeared before she was born. But Sophreena and Esme have barely begun delving into Olivia's past when a present-day murder interrupts their schedule.

Someone has decided to prune the Clement family tree by getting rid of Olivia's domineering son-in-law, Blaine Branch. Even without Esme's psychic gift, it was easy to sense the tension between Blaine and his put-upon wife, Beth. Suspicion quickly falls on a young filmmaker and family friend who's creating a documentary about their small town. Yet Soph and Esme become convinced someone else wanted to edit Blaine out, permanently. Buried deep in dusty boxes of memorabilia and 1940s film reels are vital clues, but it will take all of Sophreena's deductive skill to expose the truth—before another victim fades to black.

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Publisher: Gallery Books

Kindle Book

  • Release date: March 11, 2014

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781451661897
  • Release date: March 11, 2014

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9781451661897
  • File size: 4444 KB
  • Release date: March 11, 2014


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Fiction Mystery

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English

In this second Family History mystery, a professional genealogist realizes the family history she's tracing may be repeating itself after her client's son-in-law turns up dead.
A killer makes his final cut. . . .

If there's one thing genealogists Sophreena McClure and Esme Sabatier have learned, it's that every family has a black sheep— sometimes a whole flock of them. Their new client, Olivia Clement, is hoping to uncover the truth about her ne'er-do-well father, who disappeared before she was born. But Sophreena and Esme have barely begun delving into Olivia's past when a present-day murder interrupts their schedule.

Someone has decided to prune the Clement family tree by getting rid of Olivia's domineering son-in-law, Blaine Branch. Even without Esme's psychic gift, it was easy to sense the tension between Blaine and his put-upon wife, Beth. Suspicion quickly falls on a young filmmaker and family friend who's creating a documentary about their small town. Yet Soph and Esme become convinced someone else wanted to edit Blaine out, permanently. Buried deep in dusty boxes of memorabilia and 1940s film reels are vital clues, but it will take all of Sophreena's deductive skill to expose the truth—before another victim fades to black.

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