For FBI agent Kit McGovern, her grandmother's Chincoteague Island home seems the perfect place to recover from an unexpected divorce. Until she discovers a boy's body on the beach. Police officer David O'Conner also came to Chincoteague to recover. Kit and David team up to solve the murder with nothing but seeds in the boy's pocket to guide them.
In Seeds of Evidence by Linda J. White, Kit and David trace plant DNA and ocean currents, and they discover a dangerous human trafficking ring.
Seeds of Evidence is a suspenseful story sown with fascinating
investigative details, planted on a picturesque island, and cultivated by characters
you care about. Linda J. White has harvested at least one avid new reader—me!
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