Book Review: Simon Said by Sarah R. Shaber (1997)

Synopsis: In 1926, railroad heiress Anne Bloodworth disappeared without a trace. An investigation turned up no leads but many of her friends believed she ran away with a lover to avoid an arranged marriage. However, roughly 70 years later, an archaeological dig on the family's property turns up Anne's body. After police determine she was murdered but show limited interest in solving the case, Pulitzer Prize-winning professor Dr. Simon Shaw decides to figure out who her killer was. Unfortunately for him, digging into her past may also put his own life at risk.

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