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Publisher's Summary

Gin Sullivan is back in her small hometown of Trumbull, Pennsylvania, on an extended leave from her job at the Chicago medical examiner's office and rekindling an old flame with her high school sweetheart, Jake. Gin is readjusting to life at home when Jake receives harrowing news early one morning: the new housing development his construction firm is building has caught fire, and underneath one of the burnt homes is a dead body.
When the body is identified as a man who may very well be the violent offender who terrified Gin's childhood town years ago, the pool of suspects broadens and it becomes a greater challenge to pinpoint his killer. Gin is determined to unearth old demons, hers included, but soon finds some people will kill to keep them buried.
Small-town secrets cast daunting shadows in All the Secret Places, Anna Carlisle's riveting second Gin Sullivan mystery.
©2017 Anna Carlisle (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Debbie Lacey on 11-09-17

Entertaining Series

Ready for Book 3! I stumbled upon this series and really glad I did. One rather glaring editing mistake, unless I missed something. The morning after Gin's accident, her phone miraculously appeared on her bedside table? Still a good read.

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