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Graciela Harper thought running away from Heron Creek was the right decision. It was the only way she could see to save her friends from her murderous half-brother, so what else could she do? Not even an appearance from the mysterious Cade Walters or a call for help from an old college friend can change her mind, but when one of her ghosts arrives with a message, Gracie realizes there's no way she can hide forever - if the ghosts can find her, so can her brother.

She returns home to Heron Creek, armed with new information about her family and determined to find a way to turn the tables on the Fournier family. A visit to New Orleans gives her hope that a real future with her boyfriend, Leo Boone, could be possible - but the trip takes a dark turn when her friends begin to disappear, one-by-one.

Gracie knows she has to confront Dylan Travis - to kill him before he kills her - so she sets out to uncover where he's hiding her friends, And what she discovers is that it's going to take all of her ghosts, a little luck, and a whole lot of courage to get everyone out alive.

Mysteries & Thrillers
February 23
Lyla Payne
Trisha L Ziegenhorn

Customer Reviews

j.v cahill ,

I need more!

I have been hooked on these books & I am so sad they are coming to a close. Absolutely a WONDERFUL read. I need answers!!! Please give us more content

SKDKShadow ,

Great books

Love these books!

Jamieelizabeth77 ,

Gracie From Then Until Now

I've followed this series for many years, reading, rereading, discussing, and caring a great deal about the characters. Lowcountry quickly became my favorite mystery series, and watching Gracie evolve over the course of 12 books and 3 novellas was a wonderful adventure and fulfilling experience. Gracie, Amelia, Mel, Will, Leo, Beau, and all of the Heron Creek gang feel like friends I will revisit time and again. Lyla did a wonderful job bringing Gracie home to Heron Creek. From the nearly alcoholic girl that parked askew in her grandfather's front yard when she arrived back in Heron Creek in Not Quite Dead to the woman who finally realizes family runs deeper than blood in Not Quite Buried, Gracie is both relatable and inspiring, and she will remain a favorite for life.

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