The lake and the lost girl [electronic resource] / Jacquelyn Vincenta.
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- ISBN: 9781492642473 (electronic bk.)
- ISBN: 1492642479 (electronic bk.)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: [United States]: Sourcebooks Inc , 2017.
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|Participant or Performer Note:|| Narrated by Christina Moore.
|Summary, etc.:|| When her husband's scholarly interest turns to obsession, Lydia Carroll will do whatever it takes to save her family. On a stormy night in 1939, Mary Stone Walker disappears from her home in White Hill, Michigan. Everyone knew the talented poet was desperate to escape her demons, but when Mary goes missing without a trace, one question lingers in the small town: Did Mary successfully break free of her troubled past and flee, or did her life end that night? Sixty years later, Lydia Carroll's husband is still fixated on the local mystery. English Professor Frank Carroll has invested years in the search for the local poet and her lost works, sacrificing his family, his reputation, and even Lydia for the ever-more-unlikely discovery. As Frank's behavior grows more erratic, Lydia sees that his interest in Mary has evolved into an obsession-one that threatens to destroy the family they have built together, and which can only be undone by solving the mystery of what happened to Mary on that rainy night in 1939. The Lake and the Lost Girl tells the riveting story of secrets from the past unraveling one family from the inside out, and two women, separated by sixty years of history, determined to pursue their dreams.
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