The victims are face-down in the murky waters of the creek that runs through Cherokee Pointe. They are naked except for the black satin ribbon around their necks. Each woman is a redhead.
As a serial killer leaves another chilling calling card Reve Sorrel turns to the sheriff for help in unraveling potentially deadly secrets.
Socialite Reve Sorrel has come to Cherokee Pointe seeking answers about her shocking connection to Jazzy Talbot. Twins abandoned at birth and raised in very different worlds. Add in a serial killer who targets redheads.
First book I've read by this author. This book was awesome. Beverly Barton has been add to my list of authors I really like. I have added the other 2 books to my list to read. Loved how the book kept changing points of view. Kept you guessing until the very end. Great book.
For anyone who reads BEVERLY BARTON's books....this is a different TITLE for a book that is already out under the name: "AS GOOD AS DEAD" - - - obviously reprinted under
new title! That other title "As Good As Dead" is on PBS right now without having to go thru WISHLISTING it!!!
It is Book #3 of her "Cherokee Pointe" series....and
this story was just "okay" for me. Not her best work.
Suspensful! Kept you guessing until the end! I love all Beverly Barton books and this one is no exception. There are a lot of characters mentioned and it's hard to keep up with everyone but still a good read.
when redheads reve and jazzy realize that they are twins, they have found more trouble than they asked for. with a killer going around killing redheads, and someone out to stop the girls from finding out who their real parents are, the girls are in some big trouble. with jazzy hurt, reve must turn to the one man she hates the most, jacob. but even with his help, the girls just may not survive to find out the truth.