From the acclaimed author of If the Creek Don't Rise comes a Southern story of friendship, mystery, and the complex nature of right and wrong At a time when girls' aspirations are limited, Lucy and Bert seek adventure, resolving to find and solve the small mysteries of Riverton, North Carolina. Their chance arises when a man goes missing, a woman goes crazy, and a mystic gives the girls a mystery to solve that takes them beyond the ordinary. This quiet town, seasoned with honeybees and sweet tea, becomes a Nazi prisoner-of-war camp, and the once gentle place now ripples with underlying tension. More men go missing. And together the girls embark on a journey to answer the ultimate question: Do they know who the enemy really is? Contributor Bio(s) LEAH WEISS is a Southern writer born in North Carolina and raised in the foothills of Virginia. Her debut novel If the Creek Don't Rise was released in August of 2017. Her short stories have been published in The Simple Life magazine, Every Day Fiction, and Deep South Magazine. You can contact her on her website: leahweiss.comLearn More
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