Bridges, Books, and Bones (Paperback)
Southern Women's Fiction.
An unsolved crime and a monogrammed cigarette lighter transform Willow Falls' residents into tent-city dwellers and amateur sleuths.
Small-town newspaper editor, Emily Hayes, can't get a break. The release of her novel about Willow Falls' phoenix rise is upstaged when a bulldozer unearths a skull and buried bones. The small-town drama compels curious residents to set up camp at the dig site. After a crime investigation television crew arrives on the scene, the sheriff recruits Emily and the new mayor to shadow the lead investigator, nicknamed She Dragon. Will a decades-old letter and rumors from the past help solve the crime or send one of the town's most vocal residents packing?
Emily's twin, Rachel Streetman, flies to Venice, Italy, to star in a major motion picture. The six-week trip forces her to face the grim truth. She'll spend her first wedding anniversary an ocean away from Charlie. Adding to her anxiety, a ruthless publicist initiates a social media fiasco that threatens her reputation in Willow Falls, the town she's grown to love. After she learns how her female costar's career affects her family, Rachel questions if living the dream comes at a price she's unwilling to pay.
Willow Falls award-winning, contemporary, women's fiction series celebrates strong women with soft hearts who discover the love of family and the joys and challenges of a small town populated by quirky, argumentative, lovable residents.