Once again, sisters Macey Lee Baker and Betsy Marie Cotter are caught up in mystery, suspense and life threatening situations. They are asked by the local historian, Ms. Carpenter in Rock View, Ohio to try and solve a mystery from the 1840's surrounding the old post office next door to Blessings, Bistro & Books cafe owned and operated by Macey Lee. After solving the forty-five year old murder of their ten year old brother, Jeremy Cayne, in "My Brother's Finder, My Brother's Keeper," this sequel follows up to the present time when the accused, Sterling Hopewell, is awaiting his death sentencing for that crime he committed when he was just a teenager in the nearby community of Mountain Rose, Ohio in 1954. Not ever having a relationship with God, Sterling paces his cell, wondering if there is any chance that God would hear him after all the evil he had done. He felt he deserved to die if he killed that good little boy, but he could not remember doing it. However, circumstantial evidence and the jury, decided he was guilty. Facing death all alone in a small cell gave him time to think about his youthful days and wonder why he did the things he did. Was there any hope for him? Asked to find the mystery surrounding the old post office, Macey Lee wonders if it ties in with Sterling Hopewell. Coincidence or twin mysteries? Her family says no way, but she is not convinced. Strange things begin after they receive a phone call from a prominent attorney in North Carolina who says he is going to defend Sterling Hopewell. Mysterious events surround their search at the old post office. What could these two have in common when so many years have lapsed?"
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