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By Carolyn Hart

Six years in the past, Henrie O's cherished newspaperman husband Richard misplaced his lifestyles at the Hawaiian island of Kauai. Now, on a brisk March morning, a chilling message has arrived by means of precedence Mail claiming Richard's deadly fall from a towering island cliff was once no accident--it used to be homicide. Following cryptic clues and her infallible instincts to a lush and verdant tropical Eden--andto the lavish mountaintop property of rich matriarch Belle Ericcson, the place Richard spent his ultimate days--the made up our minds sexagenarian sleuth becoems aware of bad allegations of greed and jealousy, adultery and abuse...and of a secret surrounding the kidnap-slaying of Belle's eldes baby CeeCee. yet now that her look for the reality has introduced Henrie O to this deadly paradise the place great palm fronds conceal evil deeds from inquisitive eyes, she may well by no means be allowed to go away alive. as the deaths did no commence or finish with Richard Collins...and someone's darkish and enduring homicidal passions have not begun to be absolutely satisfied.

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