Forgotten (Book 2, Twisted Cedars Mysteries Trilogy)
After a shocking secret is uncovered in Twisted Cedars, Oregon, fresh trouble surfaces.
Sheriff Wade MacKay is fishing on the Rogue River when he comes across a cargo truck crashed off the side of a winding mountain road. The driver is dead. The sole passenger, a woman in her early thirties, is unconscious with a severe head injury. When she comes to, the next day at the hospital, she is suffering from amnesia. Since she carried no ID, there is no clue to her identity.
Judging by the Jane Doe's bruises, which pre-date the accident, Wade suspects she was running from danger when she hitched a ride with the truck driver. But how can he protect her, when he doesn’t even know who she is? Wade’s office is already working overtime, investigating the death of one of his former school friends.
True crime writer, Dougal Lachlan, Finds the situation surrounding the Jane Doe suspicious and with the help of local librarian Charlotte Hammond, he discovers a possible link to some unsolved murders of librarians dating back thirty years. Can he convince the Sheriff that a serial killer has returned to Twisted Cedars before the man strikes again?
Twisted Cedar Mysteries (a three book trilogy):
Buried (Book 1)
Forgotten (Book 2)
Exposed (Book 3)
"CJ Carmichael is a seasoned author... and this shows...She has written a fluid, easy to fall into mystery and I'm really hoping there will be more books in this series. The first installment in the Twisted Cedar Mysteries was a great read and I can't wait for more.“ - Cozy Reader
"One of my favorite elements of Carmichael’s books is her gripping portrayal of family dynamics.” Kathy Altman, USA Today
About The Author
USA Today Bestselling author C. J. Carmichael has written over 45 novels in her favorite genres of romance and mystery. She has been nominated twice for the Romance Writers of America RITA Award, as well as RT Bookclub’s Career Achievement in Romantic Suspense award, and the Bookseller’s Best honor.
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A bit sloppy but still good
A good read, addictive and exciting but sloppily published, a couple of mistakes noticed and at one point the timeline incorrect