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by Deborah Turrell Atkinson
Poisoned Pen Press, September 2002
275 pages
ISBN: 1590580176

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For Storm Kayama it had started a typical Monday morning until she got to her prestigious law firm and finds her adopted uncle Miles Hamasaki dead at his desk. He had raised her and given her a job and noe he was dead. It left her empty and with a lot of questions.

Those questions lead to family secrets and she decides to take a weekend away and to the mountain home that her now deceased uncle owns. before she can make it to her destination she narrowly escapes the clutches of death but chalks it up to a near miss accident. Once there she remembers a lengend from her youth and she is surrounded by childhood memories and some of those memories open wounds as she tries to deal with her past there is a much mroe cunning element involved for someone wants her to keep her memories dead and buried.

Her search for the truth leads Storm into a mire of folklore, to Honolulu's Chinatown and even though there is no turning back Storm know by the end of her journey to catch a killer and heal from her past she'll never be the same innocent woman she was that Monday morning when she found her uncle dead at his desk.

PRIMITIVE SECRETS has drama unfolding with every page and leave the lights on for the suspense builds to a riveting conclusion. Deborah Turrell Atkinson has penned a suspense novel that weaves past, present and justice like no her suspense novel on the market today. Beneath the beauty of Honolulu lies a seedy and gritty side of life and lore and PRIMITIVE SECRETS strips away the glamour and goes for the throat of truth.

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