It's well worth a read, and I will certainly look forward to additions in the series.
The Bayard's want to disinter the graves on the island so they can build a series of McMansions and Dr. Flo is hoping to learn more about her family tree.
The author does a good job describing Jekyll Island & the remote Bayard Island, so the mystery picks up a creepy air.
I found this book very fun to read. I'm expecially into genealogy so the theme was very close to my heart. I read it in three days only because my own life required my attention. Read morePublished 21 months ago by lonnieq
I really loved this book. We read it for my "mystery" book club. I was able to contact the author by email and she gave me some great discussion questions to use. Read morePublished on July 29, 2012 by Peggy E. Holt
A good read for history buffs and genealogists. Although I figured out "whodunit" as well as the family mystery about halfway through the book, it still held my interest and I kept... Read morePublished on June 9, 2009 by Augusta Jane
"Sins of the Fathers" continues the story of Katharine Murray. Though there is not as much personal growth for Katharine in this book, the mystery more than makes up for this fact. Read morePublished on March 4, 2008 by Francesca Sanders