What's Become of Her
A NovelBook - 2017
Isabelle Austen returns to her hometown on a small, isolated Pacific Northwest island to take over the family tourism business after the death of her mother, a disapproving parent and a hard woman to love. Feeling lost, Isabelle is also struggling with a recent divorce, and wondering if she'll ever come into her own. Then Isabelle's life takes a surprising turn. A mysterious man named Henry North arrives on Parrish Island, steps off a seaplane, and changes Isabelle's world forever. From the beginning, their relationship is heady and intense--until Isabelle learns of Henry's disturbing past involving the death of a fiancée and the disappearance of a wife. Suddenly, Isabelle is caught between love and suspicion, paranoia and passion, as she searches for the truth she may not want to find--and is swept into a dangerous game from which she may not survive.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2017
Edition: Bantam Books trade paperback original
Branch Call Number: Fiction Cal
Characteristics: 369 pages ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: What has become of her