This is a mystery suspense novel set in 1972, when a chance discovery following a fatal accident propels Adrienne, now 22, on a journey to discover what happened to her mother who deserted the family home ten years previously. A man professing to be her father agrees to help her and the quest takes them to Paris. The story Adrienne uncovers spans three decades, having its roots in the Nazi occupation of Paris in 1942. As Adrienne seeks for answers, there are many twists, turns and shocks along the way. This is a fast-moving page-turner, ideal for reading groups. It also includes a useful discussion guide.
Marilyn Freeman has spent several years editing and publishing book s for her husband and writing and creating life-story books for various private clients. She enjoys writing about relationships and the interactions of differing personalities. She loves to take a long look at her characters’ lives and is fascinated by the way apparently simple decisions can cause effects that resonate down the generations, sometimes with devastating results.
Paperback edition: 186 pages