Alex Kava Books In Order

Maggie O’Dell Books In Publication Order

  1. A Perfect Evil (2000)
  2. Split Second (2001)
  3. The Soul Catcher (2002)
  4. At the Stroke of Madness (2003)
  5. A Necessary Evil (2006)
  6. Exposed (2008)
  7. Black Friday (2009)
  8. Damaged (2010)
  9. Hotwire (2011)
  10. Fireproof (2012)
  11. Stranded (2013)
  12. Before Evil (2017)
  13. Goodnight, Sweet Mother (2017)

Maggie O’Dell Books In Chronological Order

  1. Before Evil (2017)
  2. A Perfect Evil (2000)
  3. Split Second (2001)
  4. The Soul Catcher (2002)
  5. At the Stroke of Madness (2003)
  6. A Necessary Evil (2006)
  7. Exposed (2008)
  8. Black Friday (2009)
  9. Damaged (2010)
  10. Hotwire (2011)
  11. Fireproof (2012)
  12. Stranded (2013)
  13. Goodnight, Sweet Mother (2017)

Maggie O’Dell Collections In Publication Order

  1. Off the Grid (2016)

Ryder Creed Books In Publication Order

  1. Breaking Creed (2014)
  2. Silent Creed (2015)
  3. Reckless Creed (2016)
  4. Lost Creed (2018)
  5. Desperate Creed (2019)
  6. Hidden Creed (2020)
  7. Fallen Creed (2022)

Thriller: Stories to Keep You Up All Night Books In Publication Order

  1. Goodnight, Sweet Mother (2017)

Standalone Novels In Publication Order

  1. One False Move (2004)
  2. Whitewash (2007)

Short Stories/Novellas In Publication Order

  1. A Breath of Hot Air (2010)

J.T. Ellison Short Stories/Novellas In Publication Order

  1. Slices of Night (With: Erica Spindler,J.T. Ellison) (2011)
  2. X (By:J.T. Ellison) (2012)
  3. Chimera (By:J.T. Ellison) (2012)
  4. Gray Lady, Lady Gray (By:J.T. Ellison) (2012)
  5. Killing Carol Ann (By:J.T. Ellison) (2012)
  6. Prodigal Me (By:J.T. Ellison) (2012)
  7. Where’d You Get That Red Dress? (By:J.T. Ellison) (2012)
  8. The Number of Man (By:J.T. Ellison) (2012)
  9. The Omen Days (By:J.T. Ellison) (2015)
  10. The Endarkening (By:J.T. Ellison) (2017)

Taylor Jackson Books In Publication Order

  1. All the Pretty Girls (By:J.T. Ellison) (2007)
  2. 14 (By:J.T. Ellison) (2008)
  3. Judas Kiss (By:J.T. Ellison) (2008)
  4. The Cold Room (By:J.T. Ellison) (2010)
  5. The Immortals (By:J.T. Ellison) (2010)
  6. Where All the Dead Lie (By:J.T. Ellison) (2011)
  7. Slices of Night (With: Erica Spindler,J.T. Ellison) (2011)
  8. So Close the Hand of Death (By:J.T. Ellison) (2011)
  9. Field of Graves (By:J.T. Ellison) (2015)
  10. Blood Sugar Baby (By:J.T. Ellison) (2015)
  11. Whiteout (By:J.T. Ellison) (2015)

Stacy Killian Books In Publication Order

  1. See Jane Die (By:Erica Spindler) (2004)
  2. Killer Takes All (By:Erica Spindler) (2005)
  3. Last Known Victim (By:Erica Spindler) (2007)
  4. Slices of Night (With: Erica Spindler,J.T. Ellison) (2011)
  5. Watch Me Die (By:Erica Spindler) (2011)

Anthologies In Publication Order

  1. Storm Season (2012)

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Alex Kava Books Overview

A Perfect Evil

On July 17, convicted serial killer Ronald Jeffreys was executed for three heinous murders. He went to his grave with a terrible truth no one would listen to.

Three months later, another body is found, killed in the same style as Jeffreys’ victims.

Is there a copycat killer on the loose? Or is this the real thing?

Sheriff Nick Morrelli isn’t equipped to deal with this case that is terrorizing the small, close knit community of Platte City, Nebraska. Knowing he needs help, he calls in one of the FBI’s best criminal profilers, Maggie O’Dell. And with the help of a small town sheriff who is clearly out of his depths, Maggie starts to put together the gruesome picture of a killer. The picture of someone who has already been executed for his crimes.

When another victim is found and a third kidnapped, Nick and Maggie realize they’re running out of time. And the terrible truth begins to become clear. Was Jeffreys convicted of crimes he didn’t commit? Or has a cold blooded killer been given the chance to perfect his crime?

Split Second

They dubbed him the Collector — so named for his ritual of collecting victims before disposing of them in the most heinous ways possible.

FBI Special Agent Maggie O’Dell spent two years tracking him down, caught in a game of cat and mouse that left her forever marked by this killer.

Now Albert Stucky has escaped from prison. And he is setting up a new game to draw Maggie back into the chase.

Some say Maggie O’Dell has lost it — lost the professional edge that makes her one of the best criminal profilers, and lost her ability to think clearly. Since capturing Stucky she’s been walking a tightwire, battling nightmares and the guilt over the victims she couldn’t save. Now with news of his escape, she’s been taken out of the field until he’s caught again. But Magge knows the truth: only she can see into the twisted mind of this madman. Only she can catch him. Albert Stucky wouldn’t have it any other way.

When it becomes undeniable that Stucky’s trail of victims is leading closer and closer to Maggie, the Bureau puts her back on the case. Under the supervision of Special Agent R.J. Tully, Maggie joins the hunt for a pyschopath who continues to stay one bloody step ahead of them. And, once again under the control of a cunning killer, Maggie finds herself pushed to the very edge.

What ultimately, is Maggie O’Dell capable of? Has her desire to stop Albert Stucky — to make him look into her eyes before she ends the game once and for all — become a matter of personal vengeance? Has she crossed that line in her need to make him suffer as he’s made others suffer? And is this Stucky’s game — to turn Special Agent O’Dell into a monster?

As Split Second races toward its inevitable climax, Alex Kava paints a chilling, unflinching portrait of the human psyche pushed past its limits. A runaway train of riveting suspense and heart-pounding drama, Split Second is a provocative, bold look at the nature of good and evil in all of us.

The Soul Catcher

For FBI special agent Maggie O’Dell, there is nothing routine about being called in to work these two cases. As an expert criminal profiler, Maggie provides psychological insight on cases that involve suspected serial killers. She can’t understand, then, why she has been assigned to two seemingly unrelated crimes.

But as Maggie and her partner, Special Agent R. J. Tully, delve deeper into the cases, they discover there is a connection: Reverend Joseph Everett, the charismatic leader of a high profile religious sect.

Is Everett a psychotic madman who uses his power to perform heinous crimes? Or is he merely the scapegoat for a killer more cunning than he? Maggie realizes the only way to find out is to use her own mother, a member of Everett’s church, as a pawn in a deadly trap.

At the Stroke of Madness

In the tomblike silence of an abandoned rock quarry someone is trying to hide their dirty little secret. A secret that reveals the depths of human depravity. A secret that is about to be discovered.

FBI Special Agent Maggie O’Dell is just starting a hard earned vacation when she gets a call from her friend, psychologist Dr. Gwen Patterson. One of Gwen’s patients is missing on a trip to Connecticut. Can Maggie look into Joan Begley’s disappearance?

At first Maggie dismisses Gwen’s concern. But when the body of a woman is discovered buried in an abandoned rock quarry in Connecticut, Maggie heads to the small town on ‘unofficial’ business to see if there’s a connection to Joan Begley. Soon the shocking news surfaces that more bodies have been discovered. And before she realizes it, Maggie is drawn into a case that confounds both local law enforcement and a seasoned criminal profiler like herself.

The question remains: Where is Joan Begley? Is she in fact the woman discovered buried in the quarry? Or is she the unwilling guest of a killer obsessed with possessing an unimaginable prize from his victims?

A Necessary Evil

Someone is killing Catholic priests across America ritualized murders that speak of vengeance and hatred.

As the killing spree continues unabated, it quickly becomes very clear to Maggie O’Dell the FBI profiler assigned to the case that more than one perpetrator is responsible. As she begins to drill down into the facts, Maggie discovers a disturbing Internet role playing game for youths who have been victims of male authority figures including Catholic priests.

With the first real lead in the investigation, Maggie wonders if this group has turned cyberspace justice into reality by dispensing their own brand of vengeance. As the ritualistic killings leave America’s heartland reeling, Maggie gets a second lead one that leaves her stunned.

For the past four years she has been driven by blind determination to find Father Michael Keller, the human monster whose acts of brutality continue to haunt her to this day. Sick and twisted, the priest seems to have vanished without a trace. But with an irony that only life can offer, now he has become a target.

When Keller offers to help Maggie solve the crimes in exchange for protection, she has no choice but to ally herself with the elusive child killer the person she despises with a conviction that’s almost religious in its fervor. Maggie must cross a dangerous line into a world of malevolence and evil from which she may not return unscathed.

Maggie knows the bargain is A Necessary Evil
one that may be made in blood…


Agent Maggie O’Dell and Assistant Director Cunningham believe they’re responding to a threat made at Quantico. Instead they walk into a trap. Before they realize it, they’ve both been Exposed to a killer who can strike at anyone, at any time, and no one can predict who might be next until it’s too late. The killer’s tactics suggest he’s an aficionado of criminal minds. He uses bits and pieces from those he admires: a phrase from the Beltway Snipers, a clue from the Unabomber, a delivery method similar to the Anthrax Killer. His weapon is a deadly virus, virtually invisible and totally unexpected. His victims appear to be random but, in fact, they are chosen with a revengeful precision. The vaccine is limited and untested. Maggie knows dangerous minds from hauntingly perverse child predators to cunningly twisted serial killers. Now she faces a new opponent from inside an isolation ward at a biosafety containment hospital. Maggie must help Agent R. J. Tully find clues to catch the killer while waiting to see if the deadly strain is already multiplying in her body. With every new exposure there’s the potential for an epidemic. And Maggie knows she and Cunningham may not live long enough to discover who is the deadliest, most intelligent killer they’ve ever profiled.

Black Friday

On the busiest shopping day of the year, some idealistic college students believe they re about to carry out an elaborate media stunt at the largest mall in America. They think the jamming devices in their backpacks will disrupt stores computer systems, causing delays and chaos. What they don t realize is that instead of jamming devices, their backpacks are stuffed with explosives, ready to be detonated by remote control and turning them into suicide bombers.
Caught up in a political nightmare, battling a new interim director and still mourning the death of her boss A. D. Cunningham, FBI profiler Maggie O Dell must put her own troubles aside and fly to Minnesota to help figure out what’s behind this terrorist attack a massacre that is all the more frightening because no group has claimed responsibility.
The search becomes personal when a tip reveals that one of the college students involved is Patrick, Maggie s brother. Afraid and on the run, Patrick must decide if he can finally trust Maggie enough to help her unravel this horrifying nightmare.
Sifting through the debris for answers, Maggie is joined by Nick Morrelli, who has recently taken a job with a national security company that oversees security for the mall. Although Maggie and Nick have investigated several cases together in the past, they ve never investigated a relationship with each other. Nick would like to change that.
When an informant confides in Maggie that there are other attacks on the secret agenda, she knows that she s running out of time. In less than twenty four hours she ll need to figure out exactly when and where the second attack will take place, who to look for and how to keep her brother from becoming one of the casualties.


New York Times bestselling author Alex Kava joins the Doubleday list with her best novel yet. On Pensacola Beach, the Coast Guard prepares for a Category 5 hurricane that has entered the Gulf of Mexico. When the air crew patrols the waterways, they spot a huge fishing cooler about a mile offshore. Drug traffickers have been known to dump coolers with smuggled product to avoid detection and pay fishermen to retrieve them. But when the crew open this cooler, they re shocked by what they find: body parts tightly wrapped in plastic. Though she is putting herself in the projected path of the hurricane, Special Agent Maggie O Dell is sent to investigate. Eventually, she’s able to trace the torso in the cooler back to a man who mysteriously disappeared weeks earlier after a hurricane hit Port St. Lucie, Florida. Only Port St. Lucie is on the Atlantic side. How did his body end up six hundred miles away in the Gulf of Mexico? Cliffhanger chapters, behind the scenes forensic details, colorful characters, and satisfying twists have become the trademarks of Kava s psychological thrillers. In Damaged, she ratchets up the suspense a notch by sending Maggie into the eye of an impending monster hurricane to track down a killer.

One False Move

Melanie Starks has never lived her life by the rules. She and her seventeen-year-old-son, Charlie, have been running one con job or another for as long as she can remember, justifying the petty crimes as the necessary survival moves of a single mother. But Melanie is getting sick of that life, and she’s more than a little worried that Charlie is enjoying the high of being a thief just a bit to much.

Then Jared Barnett reappears in her life.

Jared has just gotten out of prison after serving five years of a life sentence for murder. Released on a technicality that by no means proved his innocence, Jared shows up on Melanie’s doorstep. There’s something different about Jared, a dangerous edge that comes from feeling more invincible than ever. He ahs the perfect plan for a big score and he needs Melanie and Charlie’s help. Deciding this will be the last job she ever pulls, Melanie agrees to Jared’s plan to rob a local Nebraska bank.

But everything goes terribly wrong.

As Melanie waits in a car outside, Jared and Charlie enter the bank. Seconds later, Melanie hears gunfire and both men run out, empty-handed and yelling at her to drive. Refusing to tell her what happened in those few desperate moments, the men have formed a silent bond, one that terrifies Melanie to the core. Because she’s been shut out.

After outrunning a police chase, Melanie, Jared and Charlie take refuge in a remote cabin in the Platte River State Park. They take as hostage its occupant, Andrew Kane, a writer who’s shut himself away to finish his latest novel.

When Melanie learns that six people were shot dead in the back, she is left to wonder who did what. Who lost control, Jared or Charlie? And why did things turn so bad so quickly? One thing is clear: A line has been crossed. Suddenly there’s no turning back, and there is nothing left to lose.


A Perfect Evil left you looking over your shoulder…

The Sequel, A Necessary Evil, grabbed you by the throat…

Now New York Times bestselling author Alex Kava lures you into the deadly and labyrinthine world of corporate corruption, greed and government conspiracy.

Sabrina Galloway is the top scientist at EcoEnergy, leading the company’s research team to a successful breakthrough in the quest for an alternative fuel. The promise of a cleaner tomorrow and the economic impact on world markets could be staggering. Then she makes an alarming discovery: someone has tampered with the production process, resulting in toxic waste leaking into the Florida waterways and the Gulf of Mexico.

Fighting mounting terror fueled by too many accidents and ultimately deaths, Sabrina pieces together the grim puzzle. The evidence points to a cover-up orchestrated by the chief executives of EcoEnergy. Now her determination to expose the company’s secret has placed her in the crosshairs of a conspiracy that researchers further than she could ever imagine — America’s biggest traitors are lurking behind the doors of one of the highest offices in the land.

Desperate, Sabrina flees the company with damning evidence, aware that an enemy with eyes and ears everywhere makes each move a gamble. Running for her life with nowhere to hide and no one to trust, Sabrina knows her next step could be her last…

All the Pretty Girls (By:J.T. Ellison)

When a local girl falls prey to a sad*istic serial killer, Nashville homicide lieutenant Taylor Jackson and her lover, FBI profiler Dr. John Baldwin, find themselves in a joint investigation pursuing a vicious murderer. The Southern Strangler is slaughtering his way through the Southeast, leaving a gruesome memento at each crime scene& 151;the prior victim’s severed hand.

Ambitious TV reporter Whitney Connolly is certain the Southern Strangler is her ticket out of Nashville; she s got a scoop that could break the case. She has no idea how close to this story she really is& 151;or what it will cost her.

As the killer spirals out of control, everyone involved must face a horrible truth that the purest evil is born of private lies.

14 (By:J.T. Ellison)

Ten victims, each with pale skin and long dark hair. All have been slashed across the throat, the same red lipstick smeared across their lips. In the mid 1980s the Snow White Killer terrorized the streets of Nashville, Tennessee. Then suddenly the murders stopped. A letter from the killer to the police stated that his work was done. Now four more bodies are found, marked with his fatal signature. The residents of Nashville fear a madman has returned, decades later, to finish his sick fairy tale. Homicide Lieutenant Taylor Jackson believes the killings are the work of a copycat killer who’s even more terrifying. For this monster is meticulously honing his craft as he mimics famous serial murders proving that the past is not to be forgotten.

Judas Kiss (By:J.T. Ellison)

Sex, lies and videotape.

It was a murder made for TV: a trail of tiny bloody footprints. An innocent toddler playing beside her mother’s bludgeoned body. Pretty young Corinne Wolff, seven months pregnant, brutally murdered in her own home.

Cameras and questions don’t usually phase Nashville Homicide Lieutenant Taylor Jackson, but the media frenzy surrounding the Wolff case is particularly nasty…
and thorough. When the seemingly model mommy is linked to an amateur po*rn website with underage actresses and unwitting players, the sharks begin to circle.

The shock is magnified when an old adversary uses the sexy secret footage to implicate Taylor in a murder an accusation that threatens her career, her reputation and her relationship.

Both cases hinge on the evidence real or manufactured of crimes that go beyond passion, into the realm of obsessive vengeance and shocking betrayal. Just what the networks love.

The Cold Room (By:J.T. Ellison)

Homicide detective Taylor Jackson thinks she’s seen it all in Nashville – but she’s never seen anything as perverse as The Conductor. Once his victim is captured, he contains her in a glass coffin, slowly starving her to death. Only then does he give in to his attraction. Later, he creatively disposes of the body by reenacting scenes from famous paintings. Strangely, similar macabre works are being displayed in Europe. Taylor teams up with her fiance, FBI profiler Dr. John Baldwin, and New Scotland Yard detective James ‘Memphis’ Highsmythe – a haunted man who has eyes only for Taylor – to put an end to The Conductor’s art collection. Has the killer gone international? Or are there dueling artists, competing to create the ultimate masterpiece? ‘Fusing gritty cop drama with dark psychological thriller, Ellison distinguishes herself with exceptional character development, consistently breakneck pacing and a sense of authenticity.’ – Chicago Tribune

The Immortals (By:J.T. Ellison)

It is Samhain – the Blood Harvest. Nonbelievers call it Hallowe’en. The night when eight Nashville teenagers are found dead, with occult symbols carved into their naked bodies. It’s a ritual the killers believe was blessed by Death himself. When children are victimized, emotions always run high, and this case has the public both outraged and terrified: a dangerous combination. Recently reinstated homicide lieutenant Taylor Jackson knows she has to act quickly, but tread carefully. Exploring the baffling culture of mysticism and witchcraft, Taylor is immersed in a darkness that threatens to unbalance the order of her world, and learns how unchecked wrath can push a killer to his limits.

So Close the Hand of Death (By:J.T. Ellison)

It’s a hideous echo of a violent past. Across America, murders are being committed with all the twisted hallmarks of the Boston Strangler, the Zodiac Killer and Son of Sam. The media frenzy explodes and Nashville homicide lieutenant Taylor Jackson knows instantly that The Pretender is back…and he’s got helpers. As The Pretender’s disciples perpetrate their sick homages – stretching police and FBI dangerously thin – Taylor tries desperately to prepare for their inevitable showdown. And she must do it alone. To be close to her is to be in mortal danger, and she won’t risk losing anyone she loves. But the isolation, the self-doubt and the rising body count are taking their toll – she’s beside herself and ready to snap. The brilliant psychopath who both adores and despises her is drawing close. Close enough to touch…

See Jane Die (By:Erica Spindler)

The low rumble of an outboard motor shatters the quiet of the lake. Treading water, fifteen year old Jane Killian waves her arms to alert the boater to her presence. But instead of veering off, he points his craft directly at her. The boat’s hull fills her vision. A scream rips past Jane’s lips, lost in the engine’s roar…

Now, seventeen years after the afternoon that changed her life forever, Jane has everything to live for. A series of reconstructive surgeries has restored her lovely face. She’s the toast of the Dallas art community, her edgy sculptures lauded as both disturbing and beautiful. She and her husband, renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Ian Westbrook, are completely in love and overjoyed that Jane is pregnant.

Then Jane’s happiness shatters. A woman with ties to Ian is found brutally slain. Unbelievably, the police focus their investigation on him, making him their prime suspect. Still in shock, Jane receives an anonymous message that reads simply, ‘I did it on purpose. To hear your screams.’

The police, including Jane’s estranged sister, Detective Stacy Killian, believe the message is from a crank, someone who’s become aware of Jane’s past through the media attention surrounding her controversial artwork.

But Jane knows better. It’s from him. The man who stole not only her face, but her sense of security. The man she has always believed deliberately hit her and got away with it. And now he’s found her again. Living with this terror, Jane digs into Ian’s past in an effort to prove him innocent. But each new clue she uncovers points not to Ian’s innocence but to his guilt. And as she struggles against doubt and suspicion, her stalker moves closer. His anonymous messages take a terrifyingly intimate turn, and no one close to Jane, it seems, is safe.

Fighting to save her husband and the life growing inside her, Jane must face a horrible truth: Her tormentor knows everything about her. Her likes. Her dislikes. Her daily routine. Most terrifying of all, he knows her fears. He feeds on them.

He will use them, until finally he can…
See Jane Die.

Killer Takes All (By:Erica Spindler)

‘The White Rabbit beckons you to follow him, down the rabbit hole, into his world. He’s a deceiver, a trickster. You won’t know what is truth and what is a lie. He aims to best you. Beat you. And when he does, you die.’ When a friend is found brutally murdered in her New Orleans apartment, former homicide detective Stacy Killian has reason to believe her death is related to the cultish fantasy role playing game White Rabbit. The game is dark, violent and addictive. As a former member of the Dallas police force, Stacy was exposed to more than her share of the horrors of crime. Moving to New Orleans was her attempt to pursue a quieter life. But her friend’s murder plunges her back into the role that she fled especially after she meets Spencer Malone, the homicide detective assigned to the murder case. Stacy doubts the overconfident rookie is up to the task and vows to track down the killer herself. Her investigation draws her into the privileged circle of White Rabbit’s brilliant creator, Leo Noble, a man with many dark secrets in his past…
a man whose life has the same frightening surreal quality of the game he invented. As the bodies mount and the game is taken to the next level, Stacy and Spencer are forced to work together. Soon they are trapped in the terrifying world of a game gone mad where Leo Noble and all the people around him are suspect, cryptic notes foretell the next victim and no one no one is safe. Because White Rabbit is more than a game. It’s more real than life and death. And anyone can die before the final moment when the game is over…
and the killer takes all.

Last Known Victim (By:Erica Spindler)

August 2005.
Amid death and destruction, hurricane savaged New Orleans has a new dark force to fear.

As the rescue efforts unfold, a grisly discovery is made at one of the massive refrigerator ‘graveyards.’ One of these metal hulks contains six human hands all female, all right hands. The press has dubbed the unknown perpetrator ‘The Handyman.’ But with no way to trace the origin of this refrigerator, and with the evidence lost to time and the elements, the case dead ends.

Captain Patti O’Shay is a straight arrow, by the book cop who is assigned to the case. Her tough, unflinching character is fractured when her husband and fellow police captain is found murdered surprised by looters taking advantage of the post storm chaos.

August 2007
Patti, still grieving and disillusioned, gets a call from homicide: skeletal remains have been unearthed in City Park. The unknown victim a female is missing her right hand. But for Patti, this grave holds something even more shocking. Found beside the victim’s bones is her husband’s police badge.

Casting aside the very ‘rule book’ by which she has lived her life, Patti is fearless but so is the killer. As he stalks her she is forced to question all she believes in, to doubt the code she has lived by…
because she knows that if she doesn’t find the Handyman first, she will become his last known victim.

Erica Spindler weaves a masterful tale of murder and suspense against the backdrop of a city transformed by disaster. It is a story you will not soon forget.

Watch Me Die (By:Erica Spindler)

Returning to the roots of her success, Spindler weaves a thrilling psychological drama with the story of a young woman driven by visions and fears Stained glass restoration artist Mira Gallier is on the verge of having it all again. The love of a good man. Professional success. And finally, after years of pain at the loss of her husband to Hurricane Katrina, peace and emotional stability. But a new nightmare begins when a strange man called The Preacher attacks her, and a terrifying chain of events is set in motion: the Preacher is found dead, the first of seven windows Mira restored after Katrina is vandalized, and her house is broken into. As Mira’s windows are targeted one by one, her personal life begins to shatter as well. She catches a glimpse of her dead husband in a crowd, then he s gone. She hears his voice on the phone, telling her something only he could know. She begins to doubt herself and the man she s falling in love with. When Mira s assistant is brutally murdered, her nude body found posed in the dappled colored light of Mira s prize restoration, she becomes the focus of the police s investigation. As evidence against her mounts and with no one to turn to, Mira races to prove she s neither a murderer nor losing her grip on sanity.

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