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9781466913738

Say Good-bye to Aunt Celia

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  • ISBN13:

    9781466913738

  • ISBN10:

    1466913738

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2012-02-28
  • Publisher: Textstream
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This twisted tale of a stolen identity will have you spellbound. Melissa, the main character, has only one living relative, an aunt, whom she decided to visit. The trip to Aunt Celia's in northern Maine turns out to be a big disappointment. Upon arrival, plans for her aunt's funeral are underway. Melissa has skipped a semester of college to get acquainted with the aunt she has never met; therefore, the news is devastating. Vera, a college roommate and confidant, previously helped Melissa cope with the loss of her parents. Their friendship lasted through the summer by working together in a resort restaurant. Each was fated to meet a love interest that summer that would last far into the next school year. Melissa's trip to northern Maine and her aunt's palatial estate entangles a web of intrigue and mystery that needs to be investigated. Aunt Celia's will can't be read until it is cleared of an extortion charge; therefore, Melissa is required to stay at the mansion until the will is settled. The employees seem to welcome Melissa to her aunt's home. Larry, the handsome handyman, has a questionable character and a wife that seems to have disappeared. The butler, Sedwig, is a reliable employee who has worked for Aunt Celia for several years but has a deep dark hidden secret. The caretakers, Bevery and Barry, are mainly interested in her aunt's money and do not hide their greed. Their inheritance from Aunt Celia's will is the reason they remain at the mansion.

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