It's been two years since the mysterious accident took Sandra Winslow's politician husband, Victor--the favorite son of a town called Paradise--and left Sandra under a cloud of suspicion. She decides to sell her beach house on the edge of town and hires Mike Malloy, who touches her lonely...
Newport: A small but wealthy tourist town in Rhode Island. Mide owned a respected restoration company and did work on mansions here before the divorce. This is also where Sandra's lawyer had his firm.
Blue Moon Beach: Where Sandra lived now, after her marriage to Victor ended in the accident. The old house she lived in was left to her by a grandfather and was over 100 years old.
Paradise: the town where Sandran and Victor had lived before the accident. Where Mike now lived, on a boat in the harbor.
Providence: The capitol of Rhode Island, where Sandra's parents lived and where she'd grown up.
Babcock house: On Curlew Drive, off Ocean Road; a summer house, Victorian, Carpenter Gothis style, built in the 1880s. It was a tall, narrow house with steeply pitched gables and a roof edged by lacy bargeboards. Pointed arches framed the windows and there was a 1-story porch that wrapped three sides. It had old gray siding and there was a widow's walk at the top.
...officially ruled an accident, but the sleepy coastal town of Paradise still holds one woman responsible for the tragedy that look prominent politician Victor Winslow-his beautiful young widow, Sandra.
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