Pretty good story...funky ending but ties up all loose ends
Romantic novel set in North Carolina. Phyllis is the best.
Events are set in motion when Lauren Castle travels from her California home to the rugged resort of Lake Lure, N.C., as a result of an anonymous letter suggesting that her husband's death some two years earlier was not an accident. It seems that Jim Castle had learned something about the long-ago suicide of beautiful film star Victoria Frazer, who drowned herself in Lake Lure and who just happens to be Lauren's grandmother--a fact known only to Jim and his old friend Gordon Heath, the man Lauren has come to realize too late is her real love. Spaceships, UFOs and government cover-ups all come to light in Lauren's investigation, which is endangered by threats on her life.
Great suspense as usual from Whitney with wonderful descriptions of scenery in the North Carolina mountains.
I thought it was a very good book. I will recommend it to adults and teens everywhere.
First time I've read this author but was very pleased. Intrigue and a wonderful story teller. Not quite as much suspense as the book jacket led me to believe, but great use of imagery.
The lush, secluded mountains of North Carolina's Lake Lure had drawn Lauren Castle into their spell.
Anna Fields narrates this lightweight romantic whodunit about the granddaughter sprung from the adulterous affair of Thirties' film stars Roger Brandt and Victoria Frazer. Lauren Castle is called to Lake Lure, North Carolina, to investigate the untimely death of her husband, Jim. Jim was producing a documentary about Roger. He has possibly uncovered further information about Victoria's suicide.
To find the secrets of her Grandmother our heroine leaves her home and crosses the country to a remote valley, where danger threatens.