Spindrift Author:Phyllis A. Whitmey Christy Moreland was returning to Spindrift ot piece together the fragments of her life. Nine months before, she had found her father's body in the mansion's Tower Room, and her world came crashing down around her. Nothing had been able to erase the terrible memoryo f Adam Keene's death. — Least of all her mother-in-law, Theodora Moreland, who ... more »ruled Spindrift----and the powerful Moreland Press---with an iron will. She insisted that her partner had taken his own life to escape the humliation of the damaging scandal.
Slowly, Christ faced the dark knowledge that not only had she lost her father, but she had become a stranger to the two people she once loved best: her husband Joel and her young son Peter. Both had been drawn slowly and insidiously under Theodora's influence.
Fiona Keene, Christy's stepmother was the one person who would fight to help her clear Adam's name. Together, they had shared a love for the only man who had never been afraid to defy the Moreland Empire. Yet Fiona urged Christy to leave Spindrift before she was harmed.
More and more, Christy turned to Bruce Parry in her efforts to learn the truth. Only he seemed to be willing to stand up to Theodora's brutal accusations. Christy sensed in him the same strength she had always found in Adam....the security that Joel was not longer able to give her.
Then, on the night of a great costume ball, another body is discovered in the Tower Room. Suddenly Christy Moreland finds herself fighting not only to save her father's reputation and regain her son, but for her own sanity and indeed her life....« less