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The Coffins of Little Hope by Timothy Schaffert

The Coffins of Little Hope by Timothy Schaffert

Do you like to read about small towns and quirky characters--places where everyone knows everyone else? If so, The Coffins of Little Hope by Timothy Schaffert is the book for you. It has lots of odd characters and follows several simple storylines, one concerning a missing child. Well, perhaps that story is not so simple after all. You see, the missing child may never have existed in the first place. This may give you a hint about Mr. Schaffert's style of writing. He has written a multi-level novel with a complicated plot and subplots.

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When a reporter wrongly accuses Lily Blake of having an affair with a newly appointed cardinal, she becomes an instant pariah. Hounded by the press, fired from her job, and robbed of her freedom, she has no choice but to return to her hometown of Lake Henry, New Hampshire. Driven to exact justice against the media that has damaged her reputation, Lily forms an uneasy alliance with John Kipling, publisher of the hometown newspaper and a man who has his own scores to settle.

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