No Good Deed: A Sam Dawson Mystery (Paperback)
History isn't what it used to be, as photographer Sam Dawson quickly discovers while attempting to unravel the truth surrounding the fatal shooting of a fourteen-year-old boy more than a century ago. Past events and lore compete with stark facts that may have saved a man from the gallows in one of the Old West's most baffling crimes as Steven W. Horn continues his acclaimed Sam Dawson Mystery Series in NO GOOD DEED.
A young teacher knew the truth and much more. Maligned by the press and discredited by the politicians, her story was erased from the public record. Reaching out from the grave, she attempts to set the record straight.
Haunted by the loss of the love of his life, Sam is reluctant to accept the advances of the beautiful attorney who seeks to correct history and clear her family's name. Nothing is as it seems when Sam--against the advice of his daughter, Sidney--is lured deeper into the politically charged and confusing legal entanglements that obscure the truth.
Intertwined in myth and deception, both past and present, Sam returns to what he does best: finding lost graves. But not everyone wants the past exposed. Some skeletons are better left buried.