Tightly plotted and fast-paced, this romantic head-scratcher dives into 80s pop culture, a reclusive religious community, and Texas politics.
Michele retreats to the country while her teens are away for the summer, to write the memoirs of her elderly neighbor Gidget - a reclusive former Houston art gallery owner - and learn how to be alone in the wake of her husband's death. But when Gidget dies unexpectedly, she leaves everything to Michele except a bequest to a daughter no one knew existed. Suddenly, Michele's country quiet is shattered, and half of Texas shows up: some to help, some to contest the will, and others to make sure the mystery daughter is never found alive.
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Of Pamela Fagan Hutchins audiobooks, it may be among my favorite! And her books are the tippety top on the list of all suspense novels I have listened to.
Well, the whole What Doesn't Kill You Series is just wonderful. I love the twists, the turns, the humanity of the main characters...
OMG,I think she is my favorite narrators of this series. Her accents are wonderful, and all of the characters had a richness to them, making it easy to stay in the story.
I was just thinking at the end of this book, that ALL her books really crescendo. I love the action packed endings.
But the part that stopped me in my tracks was when they arrested Michelle!
I listen to these while I work with my hands...I am transported, entertained, intrigued, and involved all the way through!
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