The Eastern Shore fishing town of Corsica, Maryland is about to be shaken again from its idyllic way of life.
Julie Seevers, owner of a local herb shop, is spending too much time on her business and her marriage begins to suffer from neglect. Julie’s summer assistant, Tabs Tucker, a misanthropic teen, is on a quest to find her father. And Julie’s best friend, Libby Langston, who is looking for something to ignite the languor of the hot summer, decides to help Tabs in her quest.
But when Sonia Barnes, a newcomer to town, enters the shop they soon discover they are on a twisted path of betrayal, lies, clairvoyance, and even murder.
Haverford House, the first in the Corsica Series, earned a five-star review from Clarion/Foreword Reviews and was a finalist in the INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award.
Belle Grove continues the journey by weaving rich and unique characters through a mysterious plot set against the mystically beautiful backdrop of the Eastern Shore.
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I could not put this book down once I started reading. The characters and the plot were so engaging that I felt like I was experiencing this mystery first hand. The descriptions of the setting brought beautiful pictures of seashores and ocean into my head. The details in the story make it feel all the more real to the reader. The mystery winds through more than 2 decades with a lot of intriguing twists and turns. If you are a mystery buff you need to check this story out!