The Drowning TreeLarge Print - 2004
A New York Times Bestselling AuthorJuno McKay intended to avoid her alma mater during her fifteenth reunion weekend, but she just can't miss the chance to see her longtime friend Christine Webb speak at the Penrose library. But Christine's lecture sends shockwaves through the rapt crowd when she reveals little-known details about the lives of two sisters in the powerful and influential family whose name the college bears. After the lecture, Christine seems distant, uneasy and sad . . . and the next day, she disappears.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Wheeler Pub., 2004.
Branch Call Number: GOODM
Characteristics: 551 p.