GRADUATIONS SHOULD ONLY BE FILLED WITH REMEMBRANCES TO TREASURE INSTEAD OF MEMORIES TO SHRINK FROM!
For twenty-five years, the folks of Narrownook, Maine have been haunted by the unsolved disappearance of Meghan Murphy who went missing during her high school graduation celebration.
Every time fellow graduate, Lanie Warren, came home for short visits during those years, she’d meet with old friends and be reminded again of that terrible time when a classmate had vanished. The memory of it often hung unspoken but palpable at the edges of every conversation.
Now, years later, Lanie decides to spend a whole summer back home and finds herself in the middle of a newly opened investigation into that cold case.
Who, if anyone, can accurately remember what happened so long ago? And can the recently hired, Officer Robinson, an out-of-towner,
This is a fictitious novel, but readers shouldn’t be deceived. Narrownook is a real place. In fact, you may have been there!
If you’ve ever motored down the Maine coast to visit Bar Harbor, you’ve crossed the Waldo-Hancock Bridge and more recently, the Penobscot Narrows Bridge before scooting across the low-slung Thegan Bridge into “Narrownook.” You would have turned right, then, and continued on to Bar Harbor.
In this novel, you will turn left at the light and come into the town to enjoy real New England landmarks and some Down East history as the fictional murder mystery unravels. It’s a scenic tour through growing suspense.