At ten years old, Meredith Kazer was rarely found without a Nancy Drew book. When she finished the series, she moved onto the Hardy Boys Mysteries then Agatha Christie. It's no wonder that when she began to pursue fiction, elements of mystery found their way into her romantic writing.
Meredith is a graduate of Fairfield University's MFA program and earned a PhD from New York University. Prior to pursuing fiction, she published eleven professional nursing books and earned four American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Awards. As a full-time academic, she spends most of her free time with her husband and adult children, reading and writing.
In this page-turning mystery-romance, young widow Lauren Serra purchases a deteriorating nineteenth century Queen Anne Victorian, in hopes that it might be the solution to the financial problems left by her recently deceased husband. Once she and her mother move in, they begin to uncover clues to the home’s tragic family secrets, hidden for almost a century. In discovering the house’s secrets, Lauren and her mother begin to uncover the foundation for rebuilding their lives.
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