Amaryllis, Mississippi, is a scrappy little town of strong backbone and Southern hospitality. A brick-paved Main Street, a park, and a legendary ghost in the local cemetery are all part of its heritage. Everybody knows everybody there, and gossip wafts on the breeze. Its people are friendly, its families tight. On the surface Amaryllis seems much like the flower for which it’s named-bright and fragrant.
But the Amaryllis flower is poisonous.
In the past three years five unsolved murders have occurred within the town. All the victims were women, and all were killed in similar fashion in their homes. And just two nights ago-a sixth murder.
Clearly a killer lives among the good citizens of Amaryllis. Now three terrified women are sure they know who he is-someone they love. None is aware of the others’ suspicions. And each must make the heartrending choice to bring the killer down.
But each woman suspects a different man.
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