Synopses & Reviews
When beloved mystery writer Theodora Whimple disappears from the seaside village of Pelican Bay, California, her grandniece K.C. Keegan, publisher of the small town's newspaper, sets out to find her. The trail leads to the sun-drenched Napa Valley, where K.C. joins forces with Sheriff Elliot Gavin, an old flame. When they discover the Angels Crest vineyard is a front for a New Age cult, K.C. and Gav don hooded robes and infiltrate the cult in search of Theodora. But will their daring escapade entangle them in a sinister web of power and intrigue from which there is no escape?
About the Author
Diane Noble is the bestselling author of a dozen contemporary and historical novels, inspirational nonfiction books for women, and devotionals. Beloved by her readers and acclaimed by critics for her storytelling skills, Diane is best known for her historical family sagas and accurate depiction of life in the nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Diane is a two-time recipient of the Silver Angel Award for Media Excellence and was a double finalist for the prestigious RITA Award for Best Inspirational Fiction of 1999. A popular writing teacher and speaker, Diane makes her home with her husband Tom in the mountains of Southern California. Diane's website at www.dianenoble.com features the latest about her new releases, her works in progress, and photos of her research, travels, and family.