Mona Murphy returns to Copper Springs to attend her grandfather’s memorial service. His passing appeared ordinary enough—the official report stated he’d tripped and fallen down the staircase. Yet Preston Hitchcock, the insurance agent who’d sold a half million dollar policy to Mona’s grandfather days before the old man died, isn’t convinced, especially when bloody towels are discovered in the backyard.
And that’s only the beginning. Who is the hit-and-run driver who attempts to run Mona down? Why is her old boyfriend more ardent for her affections now than ever before? And why is Mona helpless to guard her heart from the devastating influence of Preston’s practiced lady-killer smiles?
Secrets Mona never knew existed in Copper Springs become exposed. But none is so revealing as the one she fights to hide—and the very one that might save her life.
I just downloaded Said the Spider to the Fly and I'm looking forward to starting it. My iphone is not cooperating with some new versions of programs so I couldn't get started when I wanted to but it should be a great sweet read. I've been impressed with the cover since I first started seeing it this spring. It's actually what made me want to read it, besides the title. Good thinking by the epub and Miss Mae.