In the parish of Tangipahoa sits the small, quiet town of Hammond, Louisiana. Hammond isn’t a hot spot for crime—which is why Detective Jonathan Miller is shocked by his most recent case. Miller is young and well respected among his peers, but he also recognizes cold-blooded killing when he sees it. There are no clues, and the crime scene doesn’t make sense. He soon identiﬁes the victim as twenty-seven-year-old Daniel Edwards. Once at Edwards’s apartment, Miller ﬁnds a perfectly ordinary item with extraordinary capabilities that might help him solve his case. As the investigation continues, Miller meets Callie St. Claire, the last person to see the victim alive. To his dismay, however, she is nowhere to be found and Miller is worried she might be victim number two. As the detective tries to make sense of his case, he uncovers secrets about Hammond he never could have seen coming, making this the most astonishing case of his career.
Born and raised in D.C., M.W. Potts is a wife and mother of three. She worked in both public and private schools and with the federal government. She spent 11 years homeschooling her daughters and other children. She is now a full time caregiver and author in Palm Bay, Florida. She has previously published “As I See It: A Young Woman’s Strange Obsession Confession”.
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