Cam Richter doesn’t like the way subdivisions are springing up around his place in Summerfield, North Carolina, so he decides to buy an antebellum plantation in Rockwell County. The change of scene doesn’t protect Cam from a stalker who’s taking shots at Cam no matter where he is. Rockwell County has it own dangers. It seems that Cam’s land was the site of a massacre late in the Civil War, a massacre that may or may not have something to do with the eccentric family who lives across the road from Cam’s house. As Cam and his faithful German shepherds explore the features of his land–an abandoned mine, a cemetery, an old railroad bridge–the body count starts to rise, and the novel builds to a dramatic conclusion. This is the fourth Cam Richter novel. The fictional setting bears similarities to Rockingham County.
Check this title’s availability in the UNC-Chapel Hill Library catalog.