BOOK REVIEW: South of Hell (Louis Kincaid #9) by PJ Parrish
DIG UP THE PAST. PAY THE PRICE. For Louis Kincaid and his lover, female detective Joe Frye, the present and the past collide when they team up to find out what happened to Jean Brandt, who was reported missing by her husband from their Michigan farmhouse in 1981. Jean's daughter Amy, only five at the time, has been plagued by dream-like memories of a violent killing, and it is assumed that the murder she has seen is her mother's. But as Amy's veracity as a witness is put to the test, Louis and Joe realize that the details of her visions are not consistent with the evidence—in particular, the time period during which Jean was killed. A strange question emerges: Whose murder did Amy really see?
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