Jennifer vividly remembers the day when, momentarily distracted, she left her three-year-old daughter, Debbie, unattended in a grocery cart. When she turned back, the child had vanished. For seven years, there was no sign of Debbie. Then one day, Jennifer receives a mysterious phone call from the wealthy Corinthia Arles, claiming that she has found her daughter. But when Jennifer arrives at Mrs. Arles' luxurious estate on Vancouver Island, the mystery of her lost daughter only deepens. The sullen girl called Alice bears little resemblance to Debbie, and others claim that Alice is Mrs. Arles' great-grandchild and heir. Caught up in a maze of family intrigues and buried secrets, Jennifer faces a looming threat in her determination to uncover the truth about Debbie.
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-told story, one of Ms. Whitney's best."
THE CHATTANOOGA TIMES
Seven years after her child had been taken from her, Jennifer Blake received an invitation from wealthy Corinthea Arles, who clamed to have found her daughter. From the moment Jennifer arrived at Mrs. Arles's luxurious estate on Vancouver Island, she was caught up in events beyond her control and surrounded by people who were not what they seemed. Amid a maze of family intrigues, buried secets, and unexpected romance, Jennifer Blake was determined to uncover the truth about her lost daughter--despite the very real danger that lay in wait....
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Phyllis A. Whitney (1903-2008) was born of American parents in Yokohama, Japan. She worked with books throughout her life as a librarian, bookseller, reviewer, writing teacher, and bestselling author. She was one of America's most successful writers of romance and suspense and in 1988 won the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America.
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Descripción Doubleday, 1988. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0340411295