Thriller Filled with Shocking and Disturbing Discoveries
By Sharon Potts
Oceanview Publishing, $25.95, 328 pages
A 93-year-old woman has kept a terrible secret for over 70 years. Now the past has caught up with her, endangering not only her own life, but the life of her pregnant granddaughter as well. The granddaughter, Kali Miller, is a young artist who, along with her husband, is happily anticipating the arrival of her first child. After Kali responds to a call about a fire at her grandmother’s house, her family’s history begins to tear their lives apart. As the grandmother’s only living relative, Kali feels obligated to stay and take care of her. Her grandmother has always been reclusive and paranoid, refusing to discuss her past. While staying at the house, Kali tries to find answers to her grandmother’s strange behavior. As she attempts to pry the truth from her grandmother, Kali searches the old house for clues about the past and ends up reconnecting with an old friend living next door. In this story filled with shocking twists and horrific scandal, the suspense tantalizes right up to the enigmatic ending. Author Sharon Potts is the award-winning and critically acclaimed writer of three thriller novels. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America and International Thriller Writers. She lives in Miami Beach with her husband.
Reviewed by Fran Byram