Salvaging from historic buildings isn't supposed to require reporting a murder.
When salvage expert and historian Paisley Sutton crawls into an abandoned store with a house attached, she certainly isn't expecting to find a body on site. But soon, her discovery sends Paisley on an expedition through history that links this murder to the one that led the previous owners to abandon the building in the first place. And someone doesn't want her to salvage this story from the wreckage.
Can Paisley preserve herself and her young son while also uncovering the stories that matter most?
This was a well developed plot with charming setting. The characters were carefully created and not stock, predictable stereotypes.45
Paisley is a character I can definitely relate to and the charm in the characterization of young Sawyer is beautifully shown.55
It kept me on the edge of my seat.45
Heart warming, multigenerational, honest and sweet Great writing55
A “Fun to read” book. If you enjoy a cozy mystery, look no further.55
It’s a great mystery, one that you can read before bed and not freak out, with just enough suspense so it’s not like a kids book. My only problem with it is that her son whose age is two, acts and talks more like an almost 4 yr old. (I know this because I have a 4 yr old boy) other than that this book is amazing45
This story was so well written. Filled with all the love of a small town and caring. I cried and laughed . Thank you for such an enjoyable read.55
Such a fun read. The toddler adventures come alive as we help raise our great grands. And the budding romance between her and the sheriff as well as the wisdom of the ages from God mixed with solving murder and history make this a book to share.55
It was great from the beginning to the end!45