Not all high school reunions bring back fond memories...
When Peg Mason opened what would become a Pandoraís box while cleaning her attic one balmy day in March, she had no idea of the evil she was unloosing on her community. What she had envisioned was a class reunion filled with fun, fellowship and lots of reminiscences.
Peg Miller Mason had experienced the best that high school had to offer. She'd been the head cheerleader going steady with the captain of the football team. On prom night they had been elected king and queen. Unfortunately, she did not realize that, for some of her former classmates, the ghosts of the past should be left alone.
Carol Guy is a former newspaper reporter who traces her love of a good mystery back to the first time she picked up an Agatha Christie novel. Born in the small town of West Carrollton, Ohio, Carol credits her mother, who used to take her to the library once a week as a child, with instilling in her a love of reading. Carol is the author of the true crime book, A Picture Perfect Kid, which was a 2004 EPPIE finalist.
She has also had several articles published in OfficePro Magazine and Employment Times, and a photograph published in Tacenda Magazine.
She makes her home in Dayton, Ohio.Linda Zimmer
Linda Zimmer, a native of West Carrollton, Ohio, was the youngest person in Montgomery County to possess a library card for the traveling bookmobile. She had an early love for the works of Agatha Christie and has read all of that authorís books. She prides herself on being able to determine who the killer is before the end of the novel. She was the research consultant for a local history book and has ghost-written an autobiography for a local woman.