After Lee McKinney goes rummaging in a locked file cabinet, a forty-five-year-old cold case
starts to heat up the town of Warner Pier.
When Lee discovers a dusty trophy hidden away inside TenHuis Chocolade, she is eager to share
it with her aunt Nettie. The timing couldnâ€™t be betterâ€”Nettie is hosting a reunion for her old
high school singing group, the Pier-O-Ettes.
Unfortunately, the trophy brings back terrible memories of the night of the groupâ€™s trophy-
winning performance at the Castle Ballroom. The ballroomâ€™s owner was found shot to death. The
insurance company called it suicide; his wife insisted it must have been an accident; the town
whispered, Murder. Now Lee has a mystery to solve.
Before she can take aim at the events of the past, someone turns up murdered in the here and
now. Lee needs to keep her eye on the prize and hope the trophy will be the clue to finding the
killerâ€”before she ends up as a target herselfâ€¦.