Memory of Murder
A Tracey Marks Mystery
Author: Ellen Shapiro
Series: Tracey Marks Mystery Series - Book Four
Genre: Private Investigator
Page Count: 330
Word Count: 76,243
Library of Congress Control Number: 2021944619
For 25 years this mystery remained unsolved,
but now with Tracey Marks on the case, no secret can remain hidden for long.
Lisa Kane was three years old when her mother, Rebecca, was murdered. On the night of the murder Lisa was awakened by a loud noise. Whatever she witnessed at the time, the trauma from that night erased most of her memories.
The primary suspect was Lisa’s father, Jason Kane. Though the police had mounting circumstantial evidence against him, they were unable to arrest him because his alibi was airtight. The police never caught Rebecca Kane’s killer.
Twenty-two years later, Lisa now twenty-five, hires PI Tracey Marks to find out who killed her mother. Lisa has been living with the possibility that her father may have been the killer, but she needs to know for sure. Lisa’s memory of that night was slowly coming back in flashes, but she isn’t certain if what she is remembering is real or imagined. Tracey has her own doubts about taking on a cold case. What tips the scales for Tracey is the fact that someone got away with Rebecca Kane’s murder, and she is determined to find out who that person was.