Sandy Semerad has worked as a journalist, newspaper reporter, broadcaster and editor. Mardi Gravestone—her first mystery novel, received rave reviews. Alabama born, Sandy now lives in Santa Rosa Beach, FL with husband Larry—a keyboard player—who earned his chops in New Orleans—and their spoiled Shih Tzu P-Nut. She has two daughters and a grand daughter.
On her drive to New Orleans during Mardi Gras, Lilah—a young widow—confronts the unthinkable: A man falls in front of her van. The man’s suitcase and its contents make her a target. Yet, she is unsuspecting and seeks answers, heeding the advice of a graveyard psychic. The psychic gives her a crystal necklace and tells her to find a secret diary. In searching for the diary, Lilah becomes intimate with a handsome musician and dangerously close to murders involving the White House.
“Marvelous job, diverse and credible people, magical evocation of New Orleans, would nominate for this year’s Best First Mystery...” Award winning author Jeremiah Healy.
“A very exciting mystery…” Romantic Times Magazine.
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