It's just a game to Natalie and her psychologist friend, Rebecca Elias, until the solutions point to the murder of an alcoholic bankrupt, a man whose political career was ruined by the Star some 20 years before.
Finding the body of the second victim helps Natalie decide about her career: she wants whoever removed deceasedâs face to pay. But when the trail of clues doubles back to the Star's corporate headquarters, the question becomes: will there be a newspaper left to work for?
"...Sturdy prose and diverting subplots fill the second (following Hatch and Brood of Time) in a projected four title series." -- Library Journal
"Whimsical mystery. Larson knows her way around newspapers and around Bergen County. The sense of place is flawless." -- NJ Star-Ledger
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About Book 1
The Hatch and
Brood of Time
involving two likeable characters who have much more to teach us in future sequels. - Shelley Glodowski, Midwest Book Review
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