The news is as slow as the lazy, final days of summer in Jubilant Falls when editor Addison McIntyre drives out to the Lunatic Fringe farm, to interview Russian-born Ekaterina Bolodenka for a story on her award-winning weaving and the llamas and alpacas she raises there. But there's something about farm manager Jerome Johnson that Addison doesn't trust, particularly when she-or the police-can't verify anything about either's past. Meanwhile, crime reporter Graham Kinn is on the trail of white supremacists that may be moving into the county. One in particular may have answers to Graham's fractured past-or his future. When animals are mutilated and Jerome is murdered, the quest is on to solve the murder on the Lunatic Fringe. This is the fourth in Debra Gaskill's Jubilant Falls series.
Debra Gaskill is the former managing editor of the Washington Court House (Ohio) Record Herald. She has been an award-winning journalist for 20 years, writing for a number of Ohio newspapers covering the cops and courts beat, and the Associated Press, covering any stories thrown her way. She is currently a freelance journalist for three southwestern Ohio newspapers, still covering cops and courts. She and her husband Greg, a retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, have two adult children and one grandson. They raise llamas and alpacas on their farm in Enon, Ohio.