Mary Kay Andrews
Drue Campbell finds herself the proud owner of a dilapidated bungalow on the beach left to her upon the passing of her mother.
Her father, estranged from her life since fifteen, makes an appearance at her mother’s funeral and offers her a job at his law firm. The firm is in the same town as her new home.
In the attic of her grandparent’s bungalow, her new home, Drue stubbles across some empty boxes filled with an unsolved murder.
When Drue asks her father about the mystery woman murdered, her father lies. Drue feels compelled to investigate, even if the truth implicates her father.
I collected it from the library because it was a Best Seller, plus it was LARGE PRINT.
It was a great read!
I repeat… It was a great read!
Written for NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLERS.