Five years ago, Grace Lindroth’s parents died from carbon monoxide poisoning, and the things she discovered while cleaning out their attic turned her world upside-down. Now, at the age of twenty-two, Grace works as a private investigator, searching out her own history on the side. What she found in that attic indicated that the people who raised her were not her real parents, and that her real mother just might have been a woman named Anna who died when Grace was just a baby. As she seeks the truth, Grace encounters a number of fascinating characters, some from Anna’s life, and others whom are connected to Anna’s story in unpredictable ways. But, the real story of Grace’s birth may be more than she can wrap her head around.
For a fun, fascinating, and somewhat unpredictable mystery, look no further than Regarding Anna by Florence Osmund. Written in a friendly and straightforward style, readers will enjoy sleuthing alongside Grace as she seeks the truth about Anna. Grace is an admirable character, and her determination to understand where she came from, even as it begins to put her in danger, is amazing. Don’t be surprised if you have a hard time putting this novel down!
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