Viewing Entry - South of hell (S12730) by Parrish, P.J.
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South of hell
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Detective and mystery fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction. Ann Arbor (Mich.) -- Fiction. Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
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Years after the mysterious disappearance of his wife Jean, Owen Brandt is released from prison, having served time for a string of violent crimes against women. Although there was never proof to suggest that Brandt had any part in his wife going missing, PI Louis Kincaid agrees to take another look at the case, with the help of Miami detective Joe Frye. When Louis and Joe go to the now derelict Brandt farmhouse, located just south of a town called Hell, they find a teenage girl hiding there. Though frightened and confused, she tells them that her name is Amy, and that she is the daughter of Jean and Owen Brandt. But the Brandts never had a child, or so people in the town seem to think. As Amy starts to remember details from the past, signs begin to suggest that Owen Brandt killed his wife. But how do Louis and Joe know if they can trust Amy? What secrets from Louis' own past could distract him from the investigation? And can they uncover the truth before it's too late?