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Perdition House

Author: Wall, Kathryn R. Set In . . .
 North America, USA, South Carolina
Genre: Mystery
Time Frame: 2000s
Published: 2003
Description: From Charleston to Hilton Head, Family matters . . . and murder is relative.

When a fifth cousin twice removed calls Bay Tanner—a young, recently widowed financial consultant—from the Beaufort County Jail, it's no accident. Mercer Mary Prescott spent a lot of time and trouble locating Bay on the family tree, and she needs more than bail out of the relationship. What she's really after is a secret Bay's not willing to reveal—yet. But when Bay generously takes Mercer back to the family mansion of Presqu'isle, she finds that this distant kin comes with a lot of personal baggage—and some very dangerous pursuers. Before Bay can help straighten out Mercer's problems, the mousy young woman disappears. Bay begins a desperate hunt for her "shirttail" cousin through the twisted alleys of the past, from Civil War days to a plantation called Perdition House, and to one last deadly fight.

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"Sue Grafton, Sara Paretsky, and Marcia Muller come to mind as the quintessential writers of the modern female private eye novel. Wall, in a quiet and unassuming way, has produced a body of work of equal quality. Highly recommended."
Library Journal on The Mercy Oak

Third book in the Bay Tanner mystery series.

  
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