The Seeker

The Seeker

by Carolyn Haines

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Overview

Aine Cahill has escaped her troubled past through her studies. A graduate student researching Henry David Thoreau, Aine has a secret. One that may bring her fame and a guaranteed job.

The notoriously reclusive Thoreau had a companion at his Walden Pond retreat. Aine’s aunt Bonnie, a woman ahead of her time in many regards, lived with Thoreau in his small cabin—and Aine has her aunt’s diary to prove it.

Aine’s dissertation will blow a hole in the legend of Thoreau, but as Aine wanders the wooded Massachusetts land near Walden, she discovers a much darker, and far more dangerous secret. Someone is following her. A young girl who disappears without leaving a trace. Who is this child and what does she want?

The Cahill family, with a long and bloody past of piracy and whaling, has left Aine a legacy. One she doesn’t want. When tragedy strikes the town and Aine becomes the prime suspect, she must discover the truth of her “gift,” the young girl, and the diary. Is any of it real, or is Aine losing her mind?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780984700165
Publisher: Carolyn Haines, Inc.
Publication date: 06/29/2019
Pages: 394
Sales rank: 926,154
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.88(d)

About the Author

Carolyn Haines is the USA Today bestselling author of over 80 books in a number of genres. A native of Lucedale, Mississippi, she grew up reading anything she could get her hands on and developed a love of mysteries, crime novels, general fiction, gothics, short fiction, and horror. For 14 years she headed the fiction department at the University of South Alabama and has been rewarded to see a number of her students publish and do well. Haines is a passionate advocate for animals and the planet and runs a very small animal rescue at her farm where she cares for dogs, cats, and horses. Growing up on ghost stories told by her grandmother and parents, she loves to give her readers "a little chill."

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