Susan Meissner does not write books fast enough to suit me. She really needs to start releasing books at least once a month and that way I will never worry about what I am going to read next, I will always have one of hers on hand.
The Fall of Marigolds while on vacation and then reporting back to you.
Two women an hundred years apart have their stories connected by a scarf. One that has it point her to the truth and the second one is forced to confront the powers at work in her life.
In the style that Susan does best, she combines past and present and reminds us that we all effect others, even if sometimes it might be years after we have left the planet.