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Author: Lauren Maddison
ISBN: 155583812X
Language: English
Pages: 376 pages
Category: Mystery & Thrillers
Publisher: Alyson Books; 1 edition (November 1, 2003)
Rating: 4.7
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Lauren Maddison is the author of four previous Connor Hawthorne mysteries: Deceptions, Witchfire, Death by Prophecy, and Epitaph for an Angel. She makes her home in Southern California.

Lauren Maddison is the author of four previous Connor Hawthorne mysteries: Deceptions, Witchfire, Death by Prophecy, and Epitaph for an Angel. Series: Connor Hawthorne Mystery. Start reading Epitaph for an Angel on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

Epitaph for an Angel book. Lauren Maddison is the author of five Connor Hawthorne mysteries: Deceptions, Witchfire, Death by Prophecy, Epitaph for an Angel, and The Eleventh Hour. Other books in the series. Connor Hawthorne (5 books).

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Lauren Maddison is the author of three previous Connor Hawthorne mysteries: "Deceptions, Witchfire," and "Death by Prophecy," all three of which were Lambda Literary Award finalists

Lauren Maddison is the author of three previous Connor Hawthorne mysteries: "Deceptions, Witchfire," and "Death by Prophecy," all three of which were Lambda Literary Award finalists. She has lived in so many places even she has lost track of them, but she now makes her home in Southern California.

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Connor Hawthorne and Laura Nez travel to Boston to attend the funeral of a family friend in the fourth of the Connor Hawthorne mystery series

Connor Hawthorne and Laura Nez travel to Boston to attend the funeral of a family friend in the fourth of the Connor Hawthorne mystery series. Matters take a horrifying turn when the limousine carrying Connor's mother, and several Pettigrew family members is forced off the Fore River Bridge and plunges into the water, killing all the occupants. No current Talk conversations about this book.

Connor Hawthorne and Laura Nez travel to Boston to attend the funeral of Catherine Pettigrew, the mother of Connor's college friend and former lover, Grace. Before the funeral, Grace reveals to Connor that she is troubled over the manner of her mother's death, and Grace's concern is made graver by the sudden appearance of a sibling she never knew she had. Even worse, the mysterious -sibling appears to have inherited the lion's share of Catherine's sizable estate. Connor's attention, however, is diverted by the presence of her own mother, Amanda, with whom Connor has not spoken in years.

Matters take a horrifying turn when the limousine carrying Amanda and Grace's aunt, Florence Earnhardt, is forced off the Fore River Bridge and plunges into the water, killing all the occupants. Joining forces to investigate the deaths of Catherine, Florence, and Amanda is the stalwart cast from the previous Connor Hawthorne mysteries, including Connor's father, Benjamin; FBI agent Ayalla Franklin; and Washington, D.C., police captain Malcolm Jefferson. Their investigation uncovers a Pettigrew family conspiracy dating from 17th-century America through Hitler's Third Reich into present day. What is the nature of the special gift of the Pettigrew family, and will Grace use it for good or for evil?

Lauren Maddison is the author of three previous Connor Hawthorne mysteries: Deceptions, Witchfire, and Death by Prophecy, all three of which were Lambda Literary Award finalists. She has lived in so many places even she has lost track of them, but she now makes her home in Southern California.

Comments (6)
Ral
Lauren Maddison just keeps getting better and better! The latest installment in her "Connor Hawthorne" series is the best one yet! Mystery, intrigue, and the supernatural make for a mix of non-stop action from beginning to end. If you haven't had the pleasure of reading this author and series, start today! Maddison is definitely a rising star in the publishing world and Connor Hawthorne the next Scarpetta!
Hallolan
I have never before read a book so poorly edited. There were tons of typos - mostly things that a spellcheck wouldn't catch - like 'notes' instead of 'noted'. There were places where a word had been left out... something that was critical to the understanding of the sentence. I could go on. I liked the story. The writing was, for the most part, readable. But these kinds of errors shouldn't be in a book. There is no excuse. Do you not have a proofreader, or an editor???
Whitemaster
This book is much more than a novel. The story is very exciting and kept me reading, but I was most interested in the author's belief in the divine feminine - the goddess who went missing in the Western world centuries ago, hidden behind the thick fog created by male dominated and very restrictive religions. It is a celebration of spiritual positivity, the power of love and comradeship in opposition to heavy negative material forces. Highly recommended for anyone who is on a seeker's path. Laura and Connor are wonderful characters and I'm looking forward to reading more about them.
Phobism
Fits right into the series. Great read.
Uyehuguita
Nice, suspenseful plot, kept me turning the pages. Lots of twists and turns, plenty of surprises. I like the way Maddison slips easily between planes of reality, without making her readers confused. Good job! My only complaint about the book is that it could have used a good proofreader. Lots and lots of typos, which I find quite distracting when I'm reading.
Marilbine
The stiff-as-a-board expository dialogue alone ruins this book. Simply dreadful. Save your money.