Shelfari edited the description of All the Blue-Eyed Angels Saturday, April 14, 2012.
"On my tenth birthday, I am baptized by fire." So begins Erin Solomon’s story, on a remote island in Maine where the Payson Church and thirty-four of its members have just burned. When the smoke clears, only Erin and her father remain. The police rule the tragedy mass suicide, but Erin knows the truth: no one in the Church wanted to die. She just isn’t sure how much her father had to do with their deaths. More than twenty years later, Erin is an investigative journalist still burdened with her father’s secrets. When she receives incontrovertible evidence that the Payson congregation was murdered, she can no longer hide from the truth. She returns to her hometown only to find an intricate conspiracy involving her parents, a haunted woman who sought refuge with the Paysons before the fire, and a disturbed boy who believed himself destined to lead the Payson Church to glory. Now, isolated on the Maine coast with an old flame and a mysterious newcomer with a surprising link to the tragedy, Erin will risk everything to uncover the secrets of Payson Isle – secrets someone will kill to keep buried.