About this book
"Were they all lying? Misleading me for their own purposes?..."
Lacey Elliot has been a woman without a past since the day her mother whisked her off to Charlottesville, refusing for thirty years to speak of her father, her family, or her history. But when Lacey intercepts a desperate letter from an aunt in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, Lacey sees her chance to confront the past that has terrified her mother and to fill in the gaps in her own life.
Against the charm and colorful, turbulent history of the picturesque town, the violent history of Lacey's heritage is about to repeat itself. As she finds herself drawn to a man intrigued by the town for reasons of his own, old ghosts reappear and danger returns--as a killer walks among them once more....
for Phyllis A. Whitney and
Daughter of the Stars
moving, suspenseful--another surefire winner from the writer who taught all
of us how it should be done."
- Barbara Michaels
Whitney brings her long-loved charm to DAUGHTER OF THE STARS, creating attractive
characters and painting a charming picture of a town she obviously has fallen
in love with."
- The Anniston Star
Whitney knows how to maintain a high level of suspense, and she has created
a group of fascinating characters to people her story... Family ties, romance
and crimes committed in the name of love and country blend in a compelling
- Baton Rouge Sunday Advocate
Format: Paperback, 320 pages
Pub Date: December 28, 2004
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