In this sequel to Blood on White Wicker, one of the sisters is missing and in an effort to find her the other sister becomes involved in a deadly game.
In this sequel to Blood on White Wicker, it is eleven years later. There are still so many bad guys out there and Judith/Vicky and the FBI are out to solve the crime of the century involving people from all walks of life including judges.
Judith meets up with one of the men who made her a victime when she was 16 years old. She is determined to bring him down and at the same time save her sister. When she begins to realize how many people are involved in this plot, she feels overwhelmed and calls on her FBI friends Tracy Carr and John Shepard.
This book, like the first one has so many twist and turns and a very surprising ending.
The letter came two days after our 27th birthday. I knew something was wrong before I even opened the letter. Julia always sent an e-mail. She hate bothering with stamps and looking for a mailbox.
When I opened the letter and read the salutation I really began to panic. It read, "Dear Judy." Julia knew I hated to be called Judy...
Before I read the first paragraph I knew I would be going to New Orleans.