Clark is masterful at creating mysteries with a gothic feel. The puzzle will keep readers turning pages, and the interesting characters and romance will keep you engaged. Chloe's family struggles are universal, and Clark weaves in transforming spiritual truths throughout.

Chloe Ledet is summoned back to New Orleans because her father, a world-renowned chef, has been shot. Estranged from her parents, she is surprised when her mother asks her to complete a business deal for her father before coming to the hospital. This task ends with Chloe framed for murder and desperate to clear her name and to follow a series of clues set before her by her father. Joined by a handsome face from her past, she seeks answers to help save both herself and her father. (HARVEST HOUSE, Sep., 352 pp., $13.99)
Reviewed by: 
Melissa Parcel