The Last To Die by Beverly Barton

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Be Careful Who You Love. . .

Cherokee Pointe, Tennessee, has seen murder before, but nothing like what has claimed the life of Jamie Upton, heir to the Upton fortune. The crime is so vicious, so personal and filled with hatred, the authorities are certain it had to be someone he knew. . .someone hiding an unimaginable sadistic streak behind a friendly façade.

Be Careful Who You Trust. . .

The number one suspect is Jamie's former lover Jazzy Talbot. The girl from the wrong side of the tracks has always been Cherokee Point's favorite target for gossip and worse. Jazzy knows she didn't kill Jamie. . .just as she knows she's being watched, stalked like prey. . .

Be Careful What You Know. . .

And then the killer strikes again. . .and again. . .with the same chilling signature. With no one to believe her innocence except enigmatic drifter Caleb McCord, Jazzy plunges into a small town's long-buried secrets and shocking family sins. . .each startling truth bringing her dangerously close to a killer determined to make Jazzy the last to die. . .

 

About Beverly Barton

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Published January 1, 2009 by Zebra Books. 416 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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I imagine that was covered more in book one, and in fact it was somewhat refreshing not to have to read all the requisite "isn't she a quack" stuff that most such books have.

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When Jamie is killed, Jazzy becomes one .

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When Jamie is killed, Jazzy becomes one .

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