Dirty Holy Water
J. L. Greger
Fiction, Mystery, Psychological, Romance, Women, Crime
September 25, 2020
A woman who usually serves as a science consultant for the FBI suddenly finds herself as the chief suspect in a bizarre murder case and learns there is a thin line between being a victim and being a villain.
Scientist Sara Almquist is about to become engaged and leave for a vacation in India when she becomes the chief suspect in the murder of a friend. Only the friend and her family, well to put it politely, have a couple of dark secrets. Sara soon realizes the difference between a villain and a victim can be alarmingly small, especially in a dysfunctional family.
The Kirkus review is: "A thought-provoking, disturbing, and engaging mystery with a likable, strong-willed female lead."