Elizabeth Hawn. Sifting through Secrets. Kernersville, NC: Alabaster Book Publishing, 2008.

There’s not much that Ida Mae Poindexter and Claudia McNeill don’t know about their hometown of Oak Hill, North Carolina.  One thing that Ida Mae doesn’t know but longs to find out, is what happened to her sister Vonda who disappeared in 1946.  When a road construction project unearths a skeleton with a necklace that Ida Mae recognizes, she fears that her beloved sister was murdered.  Impatient with the police, Ida Mae and Claudia set off to solve the case themselves in this cozy mystery.

Check this title’s availability in the UNC-Chapel Hill Library catalog.

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Filed under 2000-2009, 2008, Hawn, Elizabeth, Mystery, Novels Set in Fictional Places, Piedmont

2 Responses to Elizabeth Hawn. Sifting through Secrets. Kernersville, NC: Alabaster Book Publishing, 2008.

  1. Peggy Theobald

    Just finished your book Sifting Through Secrets. Are there more in this series? I loved the characters of Ida Mae and Claudia in this story. I hope you are continuing the series. I also live in Kernersville and love its quaint homes and town. Thank you for writing such a great mystery. Sincerely, Peggy

  2. Eileen McGrath

    This site is a creation of the UNC-Chapel Hill Library. We are not in personal contact with Ms. Hawn. Neither Amazon nor her publisher’s website list a second book about Ida Mae and Claudia. You might attempt to contact Ms. Hawn through the Alabaster book Publishing website:
    http://www.publisheralabaster.biz

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