Findings (Faye Longchamp, Book 4)
"Evans always incorporates detailed research that addsdepth and authenticity to her mysteries, and she beautifullyconjures up the Micco County, FL, setting. This is a series thatdeserves more attention than it garners." —Library Journal STARREDreviewFaye Longchamp is once again at Joyeuse, the family plantationin Florida she labors so lovingly to restore. She's happily doingarchaeological work on a site once owned by her family. But her joyabruptly ends when thieves break into the home of her friend andmentor Douglass Everett and kill him, inexplicably ignoring hisimpressive display of artifacts and valuable art work. All that'smissing are Faye's field notes.Among the items the thieves left behind is the magnificentemerald that Faye had just unearthed and brought to Douglass thatfateful evening. Why? Then another murder quickly furnishes a cluethat only Faye is likely to interpret. It launches her on atreasure hunt connected to Marie Antoinette and to the history ofthe Confederacy.The killers have shown they will stop at nothing to get theinformation in Faye's notes. It's only a matter of time before theycome for Faye.