Grace Point

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Viking, Aug 1, 1992 - Fiction - 339 pages
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When Zoe uncovers the antique hatboxes in her dusty attic, she's horrified to discover that inside, still neatly wrapped in newspaper, are the skeletons of four infants. When her own child then abruptly disappears, her life is turned upside down, and she's forced to delve deeply not only into her own family's past, but into the town of Grace Point's past as well. For Grace Point has a secret. . . .

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User Review  - morningwalker - LibraryThing

Grace Point is a town with secrets. The story goes back and forth between two very different women, Rosa (1930-40s) and Zoe (current time)and you know their lives are going to be connected at some point, but you really don't discover how until the very end. A good mystery well done. Read full review

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The Barlows move to the quiet New England seaside town of Grace Point to escape the emotional scars of husband Jake's escapade with a teenager in New Haven, but their newly calm life is disrupted when ... Read full review

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