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Fourth Letter by Alison Quinn
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Fourth Letter

by Alison Quinn

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A promise made to her dying father brought Nicole Lord from her home in Paris, France, to the remote hills of Vermont. There, she tried to make peace with her father's mother -- an embittered, eccentric old woman who was convinced her artist son had deserted her years earlier. - Nicole was met with rejection and coldness, not only from her grandmother but also from the housekeeper, Delia, and her son, Mark. Nicole's only comfort was the suave and sophisticated doctor, Alan, who treated her grandmother. Though Mark remained remote and secretive, Nicole found herself drawn to him. But Nicole's life was in jeopardy and her relationship with Mark threatened ... unless the truth that lay hidden in a sealed letter was revealed.

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