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The Ladies of Garrison Gardens: A Novel

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Charles Valley’s legendary dowagers, the three Miss Margarets, have lost one of their own: Peggy Garrison, who married into a huge fortune but was constantly overshadowed by the legacy her husband’s first wife, the great Myrtis Garrison. When Peggy’s will is read, the news of who will take over the Garrison fortune shakes the town to its core. To everyone’s shock, Peggy has left all of the Garrison holdings–the world-famous botanical gardens, the massive resort, and the lovely Garrison “Cottage,” where FDR once visited–to the town’s down-and-out wild child, Laurel Selene McCready.

Laurel was like a daughter to Miss Peggy, but the last thing she wants to do is step into Miss Peggy’s shoes as the wealthiest, most powerful person in town, especially since the Garrison fortune never bought Peggy any happiness. On top of that, when Laurel reluctantly explores her hew home, the storied Garrison Cottage, she discovers that mysteries abound when it comes to the great Miss Myrtis. What clues are hidden in an old suitcase containing a child’s dress and sheet music dating back to the Southern Vaudeville circuit? Who is the elderly woman outside Atlanta who has been keeping track of the Garrison estate’s every development via the Charles Valley Gazette? And how will Laurel avoid the fate of her two predecessors whose secrets have far greater implications than Laurel could ever have imagined? Culminating in an unforgettable sleight of hand, proving that behind every great fortune there is a great crime, The Ladies of Garrison Gardens is as page-turning and irresistible as its predecessor.

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In the follow-up to The Three Miss Margarets, Laurel Selene McReady, the town's down-and-out wild child, suddenly finds herself in possession of a fortune, a legacy from Peggy who died leaving the Garrison fortune to her, and finds life less serene than expected as she copes with her grief, greedy relatives, a corrupt attorney, and a haunted house. 40,000 first printing.

Synopsis:

Laurel Selene McReady, a down-and-out wild child, inherits a fortune and finds her life less serene than expected as she copes with her grief, greedy relatives, a corrupt attorney, and a haunted house.

About the Author

LOUISE SHAFFER is the author of The Three Miss Margarets. A graduate of the Yale School of Drama, she has also written for television and has appeared on Broadway, in TV movies, and in daytime dramas, earning an Emmy for her work on Ryan’s Hope. She and her husband live in the Lower Hudson Valley.

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Product Details

ISBN:
9780345484338
Subtitle:
A Novel
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Author:
Shaffer, Louise
Subject:
Fiction-General
Subject:
Fiction : General
Subject:
General
Subject:
Women
Subject:
City and town life
Subject:
Literature-A to Z
Subject:
main_subject
Subject:
all_subjects
Publication Date:
20050531
Binding:
ELECTRONIC
Language:
English
Pages:
322

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The Ladies of Garrison Gardens: A Novel
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Product details 322 pages Ballantine Books - English 9780345484338 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , In the follow-up to The Three Miss Margarets, Laurel Selene McReady, the town's down-and-out wild child, suddenly finds herself in possession of a fortune, a legacy from Peggy who died leaving the Garrison fortune to her, and finds life less serene than expected as she copes with her grief, greedy relatives, a corrupt attorney, and a haunted house. 40,000 first printing.
"Synopsis" by , Laurel Selene McReady, a down-and-out wild child, inherits a fortune and finds her life less serene than expected as she copes with her grief, greedy relatives, a corrupt attorney, and a haunted house.
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