Ex-cop Diana Parrish, running in terror from a homicidal spouse, stops long enough to testify in Grand Jury against him. Disdaining Witsec, she runs instead into the depths of an Oregon rainforest. There, she stays in a tiny community accessible only by boat, with few amenities, and food grown or brought in by the mail boat.
With a new identity, her old off -duty weapon, and the dog mailed to her by her godfather, Quinn moves into a long abandoned house, aft er removing the briars that buried it, with the help of “Potsy,” who runs the mail boat. It doesn’t take long to learn that nearly all the residents, including Potsy, have secrets of their own.
Has Diana, now Quinn Summer, fled a snake den in Arizona, to take refuge in nest of alligators in Oregon?
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About the Author
Her first published work was in hard copy magazines and online, which supplemented disability insurance income, after she suffered a major stroke and a went through a split from her husband.
Later, she formed a writers' group that met weekly for over fifteen years and members published seven books. Faye's first book, The Shaman's Granddaughter was published in 2014, the second, Shaman's Granddaughter: Saving Rebecca, in 2015. The Summer Place is her third.