Caroline Harper still thinks of him every day. For more than fifty years, not a day goes by when Caroline doesn’t think of her brother Andy. The last time she saw Andy was when he left home to spend thirty days at Florida’s largest reform school. Caroline’s family was told that Andy ran away in the middle of the night.
Fifty years later, Sean O’Brien receives a letter from a dead man. A year earlier the man had hired Sean O’Brien and chartered his boat for a fishing trip. Now the man is reaching from the grave to hire him again. But this time it’s to find a killer.
Jackson County—the location of the old reform school, still carries smoldering baggage from the Civil War, and after a half-century, there are those who don’t want a forensics investigation on the property, because to do so will reveal one of the nation’s darkest secrets.
CEMETERY ROAD is available from Amazon.
“I have read all seven of the books in the Sean O’Brien series and I have thoroughly enjoyed every one of them. I highly recommend this book, and I look forward to reading many more in the O’Brien series!” – Dannon Wright
Tom Lowe’s latest mystery/thriller novel is CEMETERY ROAD. It is the seventh novel in the internationally bestselling Sean O’Brien series.
The first novel in the series was A FALSE DAWN. It was followed by THE 24TH LETTER, THE BUTTERFLY FOREST, THE BLACK BULLET, BLOOD OF CAIN, BLACK RIVER, and CEMETERY ROAD.
Tom’s first stand-alone book, DESTINY, begins with the discovery of Sir Isaac Newton’s lost notes and how a Pandora’s Box opens when a former CIA code-breaker puts the dangerous puzzle pieces together.
The next book to be published featuring Sean O’Brien is – A MURDER OF CROWS.
Tom is an award-winning documentary writer/director whose films air nationwide on PBS. As he writes his books, Tom draws from his travels around the world and his background as a print and broadcast journalist. Tom is a sailor and SCUBA diver. He lives in Florida.
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