Beach KillPaperback - 2016
After her life on the streets, Singer Brown figures only a dance with an orangutan could still shock her. The music is playing and the waltz begins when the body of a teenage girl is discovered out on Ghost Island. Singer identifies the remains, attacked first by man and then by nature, from a blue butterfly tattoo. Suspicion, toxic and dangerous, begins to poison the small community of Kilborn, corrupting relationships and leaving no one without fear or guilt.
Publisher: Salt Spring Island, British Columbia :, Phyllis Smallman,, 2016
Branch Call Number: MYS SMA
Characteristics: 267 pages ; 21 cm