What kind of woman had she been? What had her relationship been with an unknown husband? Just the thought of having been married to a stranger for ten years, while still being married to Jerry, weighed heavily on her mind.Her car missing; her home usurped by a stranger; her identity stripped away; and two husbands dead turns her life upside down. When Victoria Greer arrives home, barely beating the blizzard moving in on Scranton, she expects to be enfolded into its warmth. Instead she is coldly rebuffed by an unknown butler. When she insists on admittance, she finds her home transformed by the man who now claims her estate as his own...Theodore Bailey. Victoria and Theodore attempt to answer the question: Who are Victoria Greer and Deborah McAndrews? This question isn't so easily answered, as Victoria is drawn into the murder investigation of her second husband, Tom McAndrews, a man she doesn't even remember. Uncertain of her own identity, Victoria, her life threatened by a killer, must decide who to trust and who to suspect in Yesterday's Widow.www.congerbooks.com
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