Rosewood's Ashes

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Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, 2002 - Fiction - 269 pages
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Tory Travers is summoned to Florida, where her estranged father lies in a coma after a hit-and-run accident. While preparing to face the demons of her past, Tory finds herself embroiled in a complex, deadly conspiracy that is connected to a 1923 racial massacre -- the torching of a town called Rosewood. But the case takes on an intense twist when, two victims later, Tory finds herself a suspect -- that is, until the killer decides Tory would be better off among the dead, as well.

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Review: Rosewood's Ashes (Tory Travers and David Alvarez #4)

User Review  - Ken McDouall - Goodreads

The tragedy that occurred in Rosewood, Florida--a black community near Gainesville--in the 1920s is woven into a somewhat mediocre mystery tale that concerns reparations payments to the survivors of the racist massacre. Read full review

Review: Rosewood's Ashes (Tory Travers and David Alvarez #4)

User Review  - Marcy - Goodreads

Since I borrowed this, the 4th in the Tory Travers/David Alvarez series from Shomeret and read it out-of-order (gasp), I now want to go back and read the earlier ones. Very enjoyable writing, a good ... Read full review


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Schumacher is a civil/environmental engineer

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