5.0 out of 5 stars Portrait On Wicker, April 28, 2012
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This review is from: Portrait On Wicker (Kindle Edition)
This book was better than the first one. I can see this author growing. In this book, Judith McCain has grown up and become a psychologist. In search of her missing twin sister, she goes back to New Orleans and uncovers a pedopjile ring which she helps the FBI solve. There are many surprises in this book.
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From the Author
After writing Blood on White Wicker, I started writing Double Shock but the characters from Blood on White Wicker kept calling to me. I had to abandon Double shock and come back to Judith McCain, Tracy Carr, Mimi, and Dr. Anna. Once again the characters had a mind of their own and continued to write the continuing story. It, once again, went very fast and I was able to complete it in about two months.
At the end of this book, I thought I was done and so I called it the sequel to Blood on White Wicker. If you want a condensed book of these two, you can get Southern Fried Chicken. It is the first two books condensed into one book.