As promised, I read another book by T. Greenwood, this one being The Golden Hour. I usually really like her books and this one was no exception.
This novel is about Wyn Davies. Wyn was a young girl when she went on a shortcut in the woods and was harmed. Twenty years later, Wyn was living in New York, working as an artist and married with a four year old daughter. She and her husband were recently separated, when Wyn learned that her assailant may be released from prison based on new evidence. And that she may have to testify and tell what really happened that day.
Wyn's best friend had recently purchased an old cabin in Maine and needed a caretaker for it, so Wyn agreed go up there and stay for awhile. The cabin had been empty for years and was in pretty bad shape. While cleaning up in the basement of the cabin, Wyn came across a box full of old film canisters. The box was labeled "Epitaphs and Prophecies". Of course, Wyn was both curious and fascinated, so she began having the film processed and as she examined the photos and/or negatives, she began to put together the story of the former owner of the cabin. In that process, Wyn also began to piece together her own life.
Another good book! I love finding good books!