The English Wife by Doreen Roberts

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He left her a cottage in Englandand a photograph with the words "I'm sorry" written on it Marjorie Maitland was used to a certain routine -- she'd built her life around the safety of predictability. Then the unexpected happened -- her husband died. But grief was not the only emotion that overwhelmed her. The mystery her husband left behind puzzled her -- a deed to a cottage in England. Where had that come from? And who was the woman in the photograph? Margie knew trouble when it knocked on her door. The old Margie, safe in her suburban home, would have avoided this potentially humiliating situation. But things were changing. The new Margie had to unravel this tangled web and get to the truth. And that meant a trip to England to find out if her entire life had been a lieor to discover the best parts of the rest of her life.

About Doreen Roberts

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Doreen Roberts was born in London before the onset of WW II, and spent many days in bomb shelters, where she entertained her classmates by making up stories. She contributes her love of writing suspense to those perilous times, when just waking up in the mornings was a major victory. Doreen now lives in Oregon with her husband, Bill, and Tippi, a terrier who thinks she's a Great Dane. Doreen has written over fifty books, and has made the Waldenbooks Top Ten Romance list seven times.
Published May 15, 2012 by Harlequin Special Releases. 304 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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