Dead of Summer: An Alexa Williams Novel (Paperback)
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This is book number 2 in the Alexa Williams series.
In a tale of suspense that travels from Southcentral Pennsylvania to Africa to the iconic Woodstock Festival of 1969, Dead of Summer embroils Alexa Williams in the dangerous world of sex trafficking.
With help from friends, family, and her yoga practice, Alexa Williams is finally starting to recover from last autumn's trauma of finding a dead body and the violence that ensued. The young attorney can't believe that her summer has begun with the discovery of another body. This time, the dead woman was famous for her worldwide campaign against sex trafficking. The murder hits close to home: the late activist was a friend and mentor to Alexa's best friend, Melissa.
While the town mourns, Alexa stumbles into a burglary at Melissa's home, barely escaping serious harm. A client asks for help in convincing the police that her foster child is not a runaway, and Alexa learns that other local girls have gone missing. Drawn into the fight to save lost and exploited children, Alexa discovers a community of child activists. A local philanthropist wants Alexa to join his foster care empire. A sexy social worker and a hip college professor want a more personal connection with Alexa, but she is also drawn to the police detective leading the murder investigation.
Searching for answers, Alexa becomes entangled in a web of deception and danger that puts both her heart and her life at risk. By the time she discovers that the key to the present lies in the halcyon days of peace and music, it may be too late.
Steve Berry on DEAD OF SUMMER
New York Times and #1 International Bestselling Author
“Alexa Williams is a sassy, alpha-female heroine. The plot is knotty, lots of will-she or won’t she, all woven into an intense battle of wits that heats up every page. While reading, I could almost see the credits rolling for the movie."