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Touchstone: A Liz Stone Mystery


After the death of her husband, and the scandal surrounding it, Liz Stone quit her job as a detective with the Clark County Sheriff's Department. The rest of her life shatters when she gets a call from a Connecticut lawyer telling her that her mother has passed away. The problem is that she thought her mother died thirty years earlier when Liz was five. He went on to tell her that she was the sole heir to her mother's estate and asks her to come to Connecticut to take care of the details.

Liz decides to go to Connecticut with her five year old daughter Rosie, not just to settle her mother's affairs, but also to find out the reason she was lied to all her life. She must meet the grandmother who was behind the decision to take her away from her mother.

On Liz's second day in Connecticut the body of a small child is discovered on her land. Liz is caught up in the need to investigate the crime and the fact that she's no longer a cop. When two more little girls are abducted she is determined to find out who it taking them.

Book 2 in the Liz Stone Mystery Series

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Kathy Reynolds

After being a stay at home Mom for over 45 years, Kathy found herself at loose ends when her last child graduated from high school. One morning she woke up with a story in her head that wouldn't leave her alone. She decided to start writing and the first two books, The First Stone and Touchstone were born. At the age of 63 she became an author and hasn't stopped writing since.

Kathy lives in Connecticut with her husband and daughter. She loves reading, writing, cooking and gardening. One of her favorite activities is advocating for children and the people who love them.

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