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A Convergence of Crows

JOHANNA KINCAID'S NEWFOUND TRANQUILITY IS PERILOUSLY DISRUPTED WHEN SHE DECIDES TO HELP A VICTIM OF A HORRIFIC CRIME.


The Wilds of Pennsylvania are a remote place where most residents are proud, self-reliant, and hardworking. Those qualities and the area's natural seclusion drew Johanna Kincaid to retire to the mountainside farm of Elk Run. She is enjoying an idyllic refuge from her former fast-paced life as a psychologist to the wealthy and privileged when she is unavoidably drawn into a dangerous situation.

A close friend asks her to help hide a victim of a horrific crime. When Johanna agrees, her life and the lives of her dearest friends are suddenly at risk. They must find a way to outwit her pursuers and law enforcement alike. If they fail, an innocent girl will die.


Using her expert knowledge of human behavior and her adept skills in an ancient craft, Johanna confronts a secretive organization that is interwoven into the very social strata she once served. She soon discovers she, too, is being relentlessly tracked like prey. 

A Convergence of Crows
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