Hearts and Bones by Margaret Lawrence

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A midwife in a small Maine town, Hannah Trevor discovers the body of a young wife and mother, along with a note naming Hannah's secret past lover and the father of her illegitimate daughter as her murderers. A first novel.
 

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Published September 21, 1996 by HarperCollins. 307 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Hannah and sturdy town constable Will Quaid found the victim, along with a letter accusing Josselyn of the crime, although it was said that Anthea could neither read nor write.

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Before following Daniel into the dangerous wintry wilderness to save him from the mob, Hannah finds that two of the three men accused in Anthea's letter, along with Constable William Quaid, were members of a Rufford Patriot division that stumbled into an ambush at Webb's Ford in 1777.

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Postrevolutionary Maine is the setting for the sleuthing of Hannah Trevor, who discovers the body of a young townswoman who has been beaten and raped.

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