The sea islands of South Carolina have always been known for their tranquil beauty and laid-back lifestyle. Now imagine one of these idyllic islands invaded by quirky celebrities, the paparazzi, and a serial killer. That’s what you’ll find between the pages of Saving Sara, the sequel to H.A. Olsen’s wildly popular A Lone Palm Stands.
It’s the middle of summer and singer-songwriter Angela Jenkins has just completed a whirlwind concert tour that leaves her exhausted physically and emotionally. So she packs her bags and heads for Folly Beach, hoping a stay at her seaside cottage will provide a welcome escape from the pressures of her career and the prying cameras of the paparazzi. But most importantly, it is where she hopes to reconnect with her sixteen year-old daughter, Sara, and bridge the gap that has developed between them.
Angela’s dream of a relaxing one-on-one vacation with her daughter soon turns into a nightmare when Sara goes missing during a fireworks show. When the bodies of other girls who bare an uncanny resemblance to Sara begin to show up, it leaves little doubt that she is in the hands of a sociopathic killer.
As a frantic search for Sara begins, Angela discovers that the people she thought she could trust the most have secrets—dark secrets she must expose if Sara is to be saved before it’s too late.
Combining mystery, romance, and Lowcountry wit, Saving Sara is a real page-turner that promises to keep you on the edge of your seat.