- Psychological Suspense, Historical Fiction
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How did two young sisters vanish in the snow?
An epic snow storm ravages Albany, New York, in 1879. As Dr. Mary Sutter, a former Civil War surgeon, mourns close friends killed by the storm, she searches for their two little daughters, who have vanished without a trace.
Mary’s mother, along with her niece Elizabeth, return from Paris after learning of the disappearances—but Elizabeth has another reason for wanting to come home, one she is not willing to reveal. The community believes the girls to be dead, but the family persists in their efforts to find them. When what happened is revealed, the uproar tears apart families, reputations, and even the social fabric of the city, putting fragile loves and lives at great risk, in this rich and compelling historical novel.
"A complex, multifaceted historical novel that is both a captivating story and a commentary on the laws that have, for far too long, oppressed and endangered women.”—Kirkus Reviews
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|Release Date:||February 27, 2018|