Maggie was slowly becoming unsatisfied with Sunnyside, the island community in the Florida Keys that her and her husband Jim had been calling home for the past five years. She was hungry for intrigue and adventure and she wasn't getting it at the Bed and Breakfast they owned and operated. Even if it only lasted a weekend, Maggie was in search of excitement. So when her deceased grandmother's old friend suddenly hands her a set of mysterious files, Maggie is more than willing to dive right in and play the role of amateur sleuth. Only, as the pieces of the puzzle are put together, Maggie slowly realizes that this mystery hits closer to home than she would've preferred and it may be too late to back out now. With her best friend and neighbor Sophia's help, Maggie sets out into the town of Sunnyside to uncover the truth about a family tragedy, and gets a bit more intrigue and adventure than she bargained for!
Walter Lionel George (1882-1926) was an English writer, born and brought up in Paris and best known for his novels and writings on feminism. 1911's A Bed of Roses, about a woman's descent into prostitution, was his first big success.
Biddy is still struggling to help nephew Tom make Hartley House a financial success. When Boris - their Polish handyman/butler - suggests they put in a swimming pool, Biddy reluctantly agrees. But the pool is not quite the attraction they had hoped - and so on Tom's suggestion, Biddy hires Aurora Feverfew, an expert in Anger Management. The course is an instant success, bringing to Hartley House a succession of problematic guests, some of whom prove so impossible finally Biddy herself ends up resolving to join them on the course......
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