Potter's husband was killed in an accident. After his death,
Tracy was in for a big surprise. She learned that many of the
things involved in their marriage such as wealth and vows were a
David Sylvester, her husband's accountant,
informed Tracy about the debt. He informed her that there was
no easy way to say it other then the fact that she was broke.
He told Tracy that there was probably enough in their joint checking
account to pay expenses for the next six months. That's if she
Her husband had refinanced the Canyon Club house to
the limit. There was no equity left. Their credit cards
had been maxed out. Another big problem was Chelsea, her
husband's daughter by a previous marriage. She was now a
freshman at the University of Southern California. What would
happen now with her large tuition bill? David advises Tracy to
sell the house before the bank foreclosed on it.
did give Tracy some good news. The one thing the IRS could not
touch was the inheritance she received from her grandparents.
It wasn't that much but would be of some help. In addition,
there was the old hotel on the coast road. Her husband placed
the title in their young son's name with Tracy as a trustee.
Tracy was shocked because their son was only nine.
made the decision to use her grandparent's inheritance to start
renovations on the Heartbreak Hotel, which had six guest
Out of nowhere enters a mysterious character
named Wade McAllister. One day while riding his Harley he said
to himself "make up your mind - if you are doing to do it, get it
over with". He had a gun in his saddlebag. Was he going
to commit suicide? Was he hiding from something? He kept
thinking about the twelve women who were murdered. They were
lovely young women who died violent deaths.
Wade McAllister? Did he murder these women? Along his
path, Wade discovers the Heartbreak Hotel. He knew the hotel
looked like a good place for him to hide from the world. Wade
was very attracted to Tracy and also bonded with her son. By
the time Tracy discovers Wade's true identity there is much more at
This is a great book loaded with
suspense. It takes hold of you from page one and just doesn't
let go. All the while you are reading it, you keep wondering
if Wade played a role in the murder of these women. The author
does an excellent job in creating the characters. You will not
want to stop reading this book once you start. It is highly
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON