Picture of Death
The murderer was safe; the only witness had lost her memory. But what if one day she remembered?
It has been eight years since Charles Huron's wife mysteriously drowned - eight years that his lovely daughter Wendy had not spoken a word . . .
Jessica Brandt had simply agreed to be Wendy's companion for the summer; she was unprepared for the bond that developed between the tragic, withdrawn young girl and herself - or her growing attraction to her sophisticated employer - or the magnetic appeal of the handsome, antisocial artist who lived down the beach.
But nobody would tell Jessica what had really happened the night Wendy's mother died. Convinced that the events of that night were the key that would unlock the young girl's soul, Jessica was determined to learn the truth. And someone was equally determined to prevent her from doing so - if necessary, with murder. . .