My name is Madeleine Warwick and I’m a woman under siege.
Several years ago, a treasure hunting reality show resurrected the long-forgotten tale of Civil War treasure buried on my family’s property. Ever since, amateur treasure hunters have been trespassing, invading our land. When their negligence cost my uncle his life, I forged a letter to disprove the treasure’s existence. This stopped the hunters – but only for a time. Now they are coming back and, what’s worse, my secret has been discovered.
Arrogant Professor Gregory Randall knows about the forged letter, and he can ruin me with one phone call. But he won’t, as long I let him stay on the property to search for the treasure himself. It isn’t easy living in the same house as your blackmailer – especially when you’re in danger of falling for him.
But even as we race to find the treasure first, the situation is becoming dangerous. Someone is determined to stop us: and they aren’t afraid to use violence to do so. I’m running out of ideas, options, and time, and what’s worse, Randall, my blackmailer, is the only one I can rely on.
My first defense is the last man I can trust.
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Killarney Traynor is a New England-born novelist, actor/stuntwoman, singer, and martial artist. The second child of a family with eleven children, “The Good Catholic Girl” is known for her enigmatic values of combining faith, family, and feminism.
Her debut novel, Summer Shadows, was released in November 2014, and achieved Bestseller ranking on Amazon’s Cozy Mystery category within one month. She’s also written Necessary Evil and collaborated on the forthcoming novella Tale Half Told.
Killarney works with Narrow Street Films as writer, director, and producer. Having recently wrapped up her latest film, “Michael Lawrence”, Killarney is working on a new screenplay and now divides her time between working on her next novels, getting lost in Boston, and her endless search for the perfect cup of tea.