by Megan Chance
A young woman in turn-of-the-century New York finds nothing but trouble three months after she "marries up" into society. As Fitzgerald says, "The rich are different than you and me." Her husband of three months is found floating in a river, she's been thrown out of his house by his relatives and, worse yet, she's under suspicion for his murder. The plot twists throughout this gothic novel -- although some of the twists you might see coming -- and our heroine comes out ahead in the end. But what must she do to get there? -- recommended by Barbara R. - patron of the Anderson and Bethany Branch Libraries
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