By Linda Lattimer
Skeletons from the past surface when lawyer Michele Martin sets a killer free after evidence proves him innocent. Now people in town are turning up dead. But is he really the killer or is someone framing him?
What They Are Saying About Skeleton’s Too Close To Home
Linda Lattimer's “Skeleton's Too Close To Home” is a delightfully intriguing story with wonderful characters and a plot full of twists. A must read for anyone who loves a well written mystery romance.
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The Secret Truth at Dare Ranch, Wings ePress
Ms. Lattimer’s suspense-filled tale has many turns and a final twist that occurs after the killer has been revealed and the skeletons have been freed from their closets. Her characters are realistically depicted, and the story is a quick, satisfying read with a promise of happiness at the end for Michelle.
A Shortcut Through The Shadows
Cry For The Fox
Although I wanted to see more of how Michele and Miles’ relationship developed, I was extremely impressed with Linda Lattimer’s ability to keep me turning the pages. New developments and a town full of suspects kept me anxious and reading till the end. I felt like a citizen of Lincoln, uncovering the truth right along with the characters in the story. At one point, I didn’t feel like I could trust any of the eccentric people of the town, but was, at the end, pleasantly rewarded with the beginnings of a new love and a new outlook on life.
—Courtney E. Michel
If you like your romance mysteries with a real twist, then this is the book for you. So draw the curtains, light the fire, get a cup of hot milo, and let your imagination start to navigate this wonderful tour of prominent leaders, greed and lust, and accusations and old mysteries… visit a town poised on the brink of a showdown. The ending totally floored me!
Soul of a Witch
Caught between feelings for the man she freed, her high school sweetheart and the town sheriff who offers his protection, Michele finds herself deceived and in danger. Everyone in the town of Lincoln has secrets, skeletons in their closets, even Michele. Will she face hers in time to discover which man she loves, which man loves her, and which man means to murder her?
Skeletons Too Close to Home contains a large cast of suspects simmering in past evil and present duplicity to have you turning pages all night to figure out ‘who done it?’ Guess what? You won’t.