Emma Frost inherits a house on Fanoe Island when her grandmother dies. She decides to move there with her family, much to her teenage daughter's regret. One morning, a wealthy old woman in her street is found murdered, and soon Emma finds herself wrapped in a mystery uncovering the island's dark secrets reaching all the way into her own family.
The writing mostly. The grammar could have been better , but just her over all fluidity needs a lot of work.
Miss Polly had a dolly. A beautiful daughter that she called her Baby Doll. Every day she dressed her in dresses and brushed her hair before they went outside to show off to the neighbors. On the playground one day her Baby Doll talked to a boy, and for one unforgivable second, Miss Polly let herself be distracted by a woman telling her how adorable she thought her daughter was. When Miss Polly finally turned to look for her Baby Doll, she was gone.
Yes, but I'd have to warn them that there'are some gruesome parts.
Emma Frost has just come home from a trip to Eastern Europe when the body of Simone Beaumont is found. It turns out she was part of Sophia's mothers' group, and soon the small group is shaken by yet another disappearance.
Sophomoric story and weak lead character combined with a reading style and voice that i finding grating, prompted me to jettison the book. I have bet..Show More »ter options.« Show Less