Magnolia nights / Ashley Farley.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Altoona Area Public Library.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Blair County Library System. (Show)
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|Altoona Area Public Library||F FAR (Text)||33240004201417||Adult Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 1946229547
- ISBN: 9781946229540
- ISBN: 9780998274140
- ISBN: 0998274143
- Physical Description: 283 pages ; 21 cm
- Publisher: [Richmond, Virginia] : Leisure Time Books, a division of AHF Publishing, 
- Copyright: ©2017
"Ellie Pringle has spent endless hours and countless dollars working with a therapist to remember the lost years of her childhood. She's baffled and more than a little intrigued when the grandmother she hasn't seen in thirty-four years dies and leaves her a fortune. The time has come to face her past in person. Still reeling from a recent breakup of a long-term relationship, and with nothing to keep her in San Francisco, Ellie packs up her meager belongings and boards a plane for the South Carolina Lowcountry. Standing in the entryway of grandmother's antebellum home on South Battery Street in Charleston, Ellie faces the first of many ghosts who will soon haunt her. On her first night in the creepy, creaking mansion, as she's perusing the title in a dusty bookcase, she comes across her deceased mother's leather-bound journal. Her mother's words create more unanswered questions and send her on a quest to find more journals. As Hurricane Lorene bears down on the South Carolina coast, Ellie encounters Julian Hagood, a handsome architect who has the talent to restore her dilapidated mansion and the charm to mend her broken heart. But as Ellie reads her mother's diaries, they dislodge a stone in the wall that safeguards her memories, causing her world to come crumbling down. Revelations about her childhood lead Ellie on a harrowing journey of discovery that will hold readers spellbound until the dramatic conclusion." --Back cover.
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