After tragic accidents destroy their careers in professional racing and football, Jim and Matt Young visit a barrier island off the coast of South Carolina, to heal broken bones and find new directions for their lives. Instead they find human smuggling, multiple murders and Maud Tosh, an old friend from home.
They’re joined by their brother, Isaiah, who is on his way to a new career in New York. Pushed by Maud, the brothers combine their unique talents to help local investigations when a serial killer stalks the desolate winter beaches.
Nash Black introduces three of the nine Young brothers to crime fiction then sets a pace as fast as Jim once drove.
Praise for Sandprints of Death
“The strength of the book is the beautifully drawn characters and their intricately portrayed clan stories that make you feel connected to them like family.” Alina Holgate (Australia)
“Some beautiful turns of phrases and prose makes the book a delight to read from start to finish.” Tinkertoo (England)