Mel Turner turns her hand to retrofit a lighthouse. The plans to open a B&B and restaurant on an island located in San Francisco Bay. Mel is startled when she sees a woman throw herself from the lighthouse. Trouble vegans when Alicia ex-wife abuse husband, Thorn shows up and tried to intimate Alicia. Her bodyguard removes Thorn from the island. Nearby boaters are upset because the construction area is now closed to the general public. Later the same day Mel find Thorn dead at the foot of the lighthouse tower.He is bloody and has a knife in his stomach. Alicia is on the stairs with bloody hands. The police considered Alicia a person of interest. Mel is looking for an answer to clear Alicia’s name. The woman in white is protecting the Keeper’s house not allowing entrance to the upper floors. Mel sees a young boy about 5 years old playing near the ocean. Thorn’s ghost is also present. The ending is a surprise and I did not guess the killer until the reveal. I highly recommend this book and series.

I received a free copy from Berkeley Publishing Group through NetGalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.

About bettylouise31

https://idahobluebird50.wordpress.com Member of NetGalley and Edelweiss Senior Citizen and been reading and sharing my thoughts on books most of my life. I read for my pleasure. I have been married for over 65 years. We had a Bengal Cat, Kato who has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. Interests include reading, dogs, cats, gardening, knitting, crocheting. I have a strong interest in North American native plants. A word on my reviews. I am writing very. Books review are from my public library, brought, many from Netgalley, a few from Edelweiss, occasionally from an author or from friends. The opinions are my own. I represent no publisher, author or any other source​. My reviews can be found on. Tumblr, Goodreads, Google+, and Twitter. I have no Facebook account. Thanks for reading my blog.
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