From the outside, Reece Carson has it all. Inside, she’s a squishy mess. She’s just launched a business, Text-A-Nurse, inherited her aunt’s home and modest savings, and has received the nod to write an historical health column for her local Sunday paper. Her aunt’s deathbed confession of covering up a murder has saddened and confused her. Until the confession, she thought her aunt qualified for saint hood. Known for solving mysteries and finding lost things, she’s both scared and motivated to unearth the truth. Then her aunt’s best friend dies, and Reece is first on the scene.
When the police and coroner pronounce the older woman dead by natural causes, Reece disagrees. Using a trusty nursing care plan instead of a murder book as a guide, she unearths more and more clues supporting homicide. When the killer turns on her, Reece learns that secrets fester like disease, and one day they’ll come back and kill you.
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