Morning Glory (Jio)

Book Reviews
Ada Santorini...rents a houseboat on Seattle’s Lake Union.... Yet her new home has its own tragedy—the disappearance in 1959 of a local woman.... [F]lashbacks to 1959 are so strong that readers may lose patience with the present-day narrative....[yet] the depth of feeling in her writing overcomes the drawbacks
Publishers Weekly


[Ada Santorini] discovers that [her] houseboat was once the home of a woman [whose]....disappearance back in 1959...the neighbors won't discuss. Ada asks a friend back home who works for the NYPD to help her investigate....The author maintains a steady succession of questions...to create suspense. [A] treat for fans.
Kirkus Reviews

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