Three Sisters. One Mysterious Ring. Too Many Unexplained Misfortunes.
A teenage transgression burdens the superstitious and eccentric Mutzi McGilray. Nothing in her life has been right since she stole a unique ring intended for her sophisticated, older sister, Rose Ellen.
Convinced the ring is cursed, and fearing her days are limited, Mutzi's efforts to dispose of the vexatious object fail. When Marge, her perfect-at-everything twin, accidentally comes into possession of it, a series of unexplained mishaps generates turmoil and forces Mutzi to admit her wrongdoing. The mysterious origin of the ring creates more conflict and doubt, testing the three sisters' bond. None of them are prepared for the unexpected journey that follows.
Join the delightful McGilvray Sisters on a light-hearted journey through the quaint, historic town of Dahlonega, as they try to unravel the mysterious origin of a ring closely tied to the first Gold Rush Days Festival in 1954.
|Publisher:||Silver Lining Publishing, L.L.C.|
|File size:||382 KB|
About the Author
Diane M How lives in St. Peters, Missouri with her husband of forty-seven years. Being retired affords her the time to indulge in her passion for writing on a daily basis. Many of her award winning short stories and poems can be found in anthologies published by Saturday Writer, a well-known and supportive writers guild that maintains more than a hundred members. This is Diane’s first published novel, but hopefully not her last.