Twillyweed by Mary Anne Kelly
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
REVIEW: TWILLYWEED by Mary Anne Kelly
TWILLYWEED is a lyrical and poetic novel holding at its core mysteries--of the past, of the present. The sleepy art colony on Long Island is home not only to reclusive and eccentric artists, but also harbors a killer. Into this mix arrives a young Irish-born lass in search of her roots, taking work in the enclave so she can search out her birth mother, who when pregnant left Long Island for Ireland, depositing her newborn with the mother's aunts. Such a past and such a present can surely only lead to trouble.
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