The end of her high-profile broadcasting career came too soon for TV journalist Alison Reynolds -- bounced off the air by executives who wanted a "younger face." With a divorce from her cheating husband of ten years also pending, there is nothing keeping her in L.A. any longer. Cut loose from her moorings, Ali is summoned back home to Sedona, Arizona, by the death of a childhood friend. Once there she seeks solace in the comforting rhythms of her parents' diner, the Sugarloaf Café, and launches an on-line blog as therapy for others who have been similarly cut loose.
But when threatening posts begin appearing, Ali finds out that running a blog is far more up-close and personal than sitting behind a news desk. And far more dangerous. Suddenly something dark and deadly is swirling around her life . . . and a killer may be hunting her next.
flutelaura (USA: FL) (2008/08/14): I LOVED this book! Only my second by this author, but I'm hooked! The first one I read was "Day of the Dead" and this is by far a better novel. A forty-something married newsreporter gets canned for being over the hill and returns to her home town when she discovers her best friend is missing. While I find some of the scenarios hard to believe, the author tells the story in such a way that I became intricately involved in the protaganists plights; cancer, job loss, suicide, murder and more! A good read!