Just One More is the story of a life gone wrong. Life is complicated for intelligent, self-reliant, ten-year-old Harriet (Ari) Blimm. An absent father and a negligent mother have placed her in an untenable situation. She never planned to murder anyone, but things change one ugly afternoon when Harriet kills to protect herself.
As the situation deteriorates, Ari finds herself frightened and living alone in the family home. She befriends two crows, Nevermore and Morrigan. When anger causes Harriet to kill again, with no family to care for her, she is bound for the foster care system.
The plot twists and turns. Rescue appears, disappears, and appears again. As Harriet matures and struggles with her emotions, she is soon caught in a web of her own making, and the only way she can see to find happiness, security, and love is to kill again and again.
Suspicion grows, dead bodies multiply, and the gossip becomes brutal. Finally, Harriet must act to save herself and cover up her trail of murders.
She can see only one way to remain undiscovered—she vows to kill only one more time.