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Sandy Semerad has worked as a newspaper reporter, broadcaster, columnist and editor, mostly in Atlanta, where she lived for many years. Since moving to Florida, she has written three novels, Sex, Love & Murder (previously titled Mardi Gravestone), HURRICANE HOUSE and her latest, A MESSAGE IN THE ROSES--loosely based on a murder trial she covered as a reporter. All of Sandy’s books have received rave reviews. Alabama born, she now lives in Santa Rosa Beach with husband Larry, their spoiled Shih Tzu P-Nut and wayward cat Miss Kitty. Sandy has two daughters and a granddaughter.


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When four black teens are arrested for killing a white teen in South Atlanta, young crime reporter Carrie Sue Justice discovers one of the black teens is innocent. Carrie Sue is determined to prove Tatum Brookins’ innocence, despite the turmoil of divorcing her cheating husband and getting drawn into a sexual relationship with powerful publisher Marcus Handley.

 Carrie Sue soon realizes she can’t allow her personal problems to interfere. Her best friend Freemont Jackson offers his assistance, unaware of the danger. Unfortunately, their best efforts fail, and Tatum must stand trial for murder. Will justice prevail or not? 

“Exciting, a nail bitter to the quick. Brings a delightful combination of journalistic craft and romantic prose that warms the heart…” Dave Straub, former CNN anchor, White House reporter and NBC Presidential Advisor.





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