Gone and Done It
When landscaper Baxley Powell’s shovel strikes a human skull, she bargains with the sheriff. If she solves the cold case, she becomes his new crime consultant. She sees the victim’s face while dreamwalking, but linking her vision to tangible proof isn’t easy. Meanwhile, Native Americans protest that their burial grounds are being disturbed, prompting a media circus. Then Baxley discovers a murder victim on the same property, landing her in the suspect pool. Worse, her privacy-seeking client fires her. A telltale white streak develops in Baxley’s hair overnight. Between landscaping, pet sitting, and dreamwalking, this single mom can’t catch a break. With a killer dogging her heels and spirits worrying her mind, Baxley dreams of justice for the dead and solace for the living.