Bones Along the Hill by Nancy Sartor
Investigating nocturnal trespassers in her father’s cemetery, Nashville funeral home facial restorationist, Neva Oakley encounters a gang of human traffickers in the midst of a brutal execution. She escapes, but within days, her look-alike cousin disappears seemingly without a trace.
Played amidst the funeral industry and the glitter-filled backdrop of Nashville, this widely reviewed story sweeps the reader through twists and turns that keep him or her reading long into the night. Its depth of character and fearless exploration of sex-trafficking make it a must-read.
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Nancy Sartor is an award-winning Nashville-born writer, a charter member and current president of Word Spinners Ink, a member of MWA, RWA, and SiNC, the former secretary of SEMWA, moderator of the Crimson Quills critique workshop, a graduate of Donald Maass’s Breakout Novel Intensive Workshop, Maass’s workshop on micro tension and the Writer’s Police Academy.
She won the Daphne Du Maurier Award of Excellence for Paranormal in 2018 for her Blessed Curse. She is an entertaining and interesting speaker and an enthusiastic and knowledgeable panelist who enjoys public speaking.
She lives in Rural Hill, Tennessee, just east of Nashville with her husband, classical composer, and conductor, David Sartor, and two Maine Coon cats. Nancy has three published novels: Bones Along the Hill, Christmas Across Time, and Blessed Curse. Her fourth novel, The Common, a thriller is in the editing phase. She is an herbalist, enjoys reading, gardening, knitting, and cooking.