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Fog of Dead Souls
by Jill Kelly
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"Sixty-year-old Ellie McKay wakes up one morning with bruises all over her body. She finds her boyfriend in a chair next to the bed, dead of an alleged overdose. She has no recollection of the night before, and there are very few clues for the police to go on. She has no reason to believe she's in any further danger. As Ellie battles with the emotional scars of the attack, her growing alcoholism-an issue long before the attack-and her inability to trust, she begins to piece together the truth about what happened that night. When similar suicide-rapes and murders occur, Ellie decides to disappear. She travels across the country, from Pittsburgh to New Mexico with a quick trip to Paris in the midst of it all, and attempts to start her life over. She meets Al, an older cowboy and ranch owner who immediately falls for her, and she quickly agrees to marry him-all the while keeping her location a secret, hoping to hide from the danger that seems to follow her. Ellie doesn't realize that even with a new name and a new home, she is not safe. The murderer is hunting her down. Luckily, Detective Doug Hansen has been silently working Ellie's case, never believing it had truly been closed. As soon as Hansen discovers the killer's identity, he sets out to find Ellie before it's too late. "--
An edition of this book was published by Skyhorse Publishing.