A southern woman, a socialite by day, a gun-toting vigilante by night, is targeted by a killer she is trying to capture.
When Patricia Falcon and her three friends begin to investigate her mother's sudden death and missing fortune, she sets in motion events that will bring her face-to-face with a dark secret. Think "Charlie's Angels" meets "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil."
"Savannah Fire" bridges two major Savannah cultures, the church and the elite. The story lifts the curtain on some of Savannah's deepest secrets. Secret societies. Powerful alliances. A serial killer. A nightmare world, veiled from sight ... until now.
"Savannah Fire" blends the suspense intensity of Coben, the southern imagery of Conroy and the storytelling of Brown.
Complete at 74,000 words
Revised July 25, 2012