The News in Small Towns by Iza Moreau
(Small-Town Series)

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War correspondent Sue-Ann McKeown returns to her home town after a crushing six months of reporting in Iraq, giving up her high-profile job in Virginia and breaking up with her boyfriend at the same time. But a quiet, settled life isn't in the cards for Sue-Ann. Even her new job with a small-town newspaper seems almost too much to handle, especially when a mysterious pirate radio station points her toward a series of ritual animal sacrifices, a ghostly white horse, and a secret para-military enclave hidden deep in the woods of North Florida.

About Iza Moreau

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Iza Moreau lives in the southern United States, where she rides dressage at the fourth level and shoots target archery using both recurves and horsebows. She counts Sarah Waters, Maggie Estep, and the Bronte sisters--Acton, Currer, and Ellis--among her literary influences.
Published November 13, 2013 by Black Bay Books. 346 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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