Lost & Broken
Sometimes, there is a piece of us that we never knew was lost. Other times, we know what's missing and it leaves us
In the second installment of Morgan Kelley's Littlemoon Investigations series, we find our beloved private eyes embroiled in a mystery no one saw coming - including the team investigating.
The Littlemoons meet with a woman who is looking for a family bible. But this isn't just any family bible. It's the one that will prove that she is a long lost, and illegitimate, relative to a wealthy Kentucky family. She offers to help them go undercover as wealthy couples visiting the haunted estate of the family in question.
Tori, Julian, Kane, and Christina think that this is going to be a fun and easy job. They get an all expenses paid trip to the Kentucky Derby, posing as wealthy couples looking for some fun. Their hosts have no idea that they're really there looking for the family bible that little more than legend after all of these years.
Can the team find a book that the family themselves can't find in their very own house?
Well, they can certainly try!
What they didn't expect, was for them to become involved in also trying to figure out who is haunting the farm, and why. Especially since none of them believed in the ghost prior to their arrival. Afterwards though, well, that's a different story.
Ghosts, secret passages, rival private investigators, and yes, MURDER, lead the Littlemoon team to realizing that there is much more to this case than they originally anticipated.
Who is haunting the halls? What happened to her? Where is the bible? Who is the lost relative? Why is the bible worth killing over?
These are all questions that will have you furiously flipping the pages so that you can get the answers!
I have to say, I've been a fan of Morgan Kelley for a long time. I absolutely ADORE her books. They are funny, sad, thrilling, and sexy. And I can almost always figure it out within the last few chapters.
UH UH. Not this time! I was absolutely BLINDSIDED!
I love the way she weaves the tale of lies and deceit in such a way you have no idea that everything you believe to be true in the books, isn't at all what is seems!
Lost & Broken
Book Two in the Littlemoon series
They say you don’t pick your cases when you’re a private investigator, they pick you.
Well, that’s exactly what has happened for the Littlemoons. Since closing the biggest case of their careers, in the private sector, the jobs are pouring in.
Now, they just have to pick and choose.
The next case seems easy, almost too good to be true.
All they have to do is find a missing bible with a hidden birth certificate.
How hard can that be? It’s an all-expense paid trip to the Derby, and a once in a lifetime opportunity.
As the team arrives on the scene, of a famous Kentucky farm known for its ghostly haunting, it’s a lot more dangerous than it seems. Someone’s out to make a killing, and they don’t care who gets caught in the crossfire.
And things that go bump in the night.
It all means one thing.
Julian, Tori, Kane and Christina have to stay one step ahead of the person willing to kill, or the team too will have something in common with the spirit haunting the place.
They’ll find themselves Lost & Broken…
Morgan Kelley lives in the beautiful Pocono Mountains with her husband and two children. After attending college at Penn State University and studying Criminal Justice, Morgan knew her only true passion in life would be murder and books. She put them both together and began her career as a writer. Other than books and writing, you can find Morgan hanging out in her garden and digging in the dirt.
Her other works include: The Junction, Serial Sins, The Blood Betrayal, The Killing Times (1), Sacred Burial Grounds (2), True Love Lost (3), Deep Dark Mire (4), Fire Burns Hot (5), Darkness of Truth (6), Devil Hath Come (7), Consumed by Wrath (8), Blood Red Rage (1) Lost & Broken (2), Celestia is Falling (1), Vegas is Dying (2), Christmas is Killing (3), and Love is Bleeding (4)Please feel free to visit Morgan at her website: www.morgankelley.com, email her email@example.com, or visit her blog at www.morgankelley.blogspot.com.