Satan's Lambs by Lynn S. Hightower
A Novel

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After her brother-in-law kills her sister and her nephew, Lena becomes a PI and advocate for abused women and children whom the police and the legal system neglect. Hired to find a missing child who has been kidnapped by a brutal cult, Lena races against time to save the child's life. Hightower is the acclaimed author of Alien Blues.

About Lynn S. Hightower

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Lynn Hightower's previous novels include "Fortunes of the Dead, High Water, " and the Shamus Award winner "Satan's Lambs." She studied creative writing with Wendell Berry at the University of Kentucky and holds a degree in journalism. She lives in the South.
Published August 1, 1993 by Walker & Co. 240 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Lena Padget, specializing in crimes aimed at women and children--ever since her cult-immersed brother-in-law Jeff killed Lena's sister and his own little son.

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