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Annette learns how a real family works, but not before she realizes someone wants her dead.

My how times have changed! In the mid-1960s, Annette Taylor’s movie star mom, Rita, keeps her hidden away in an orphanage so she won’t ruin her chances of getting prime Hollywood roles. While seventeen-year-old Annette doesn’t like what her mother and father are doing to her, she is still excited when they come to pick her up for a family vacation. However, things don’t go as planned. A horrible car crash throws Annette from the vehicle, and now she cannot remember who she is. As she searches for her true identity, she meets some people who teach her about life, love, and how a real family works—but not before she realizes someone wants her dead!

About the author:

Linda Hudson Hoagland has won acclaim for her 13 mystery novels that include the recent Onward & Upward, Missing Sammy, and Snooping Can Helpful – Sometimes.  She is also the author of 8 works of nonfiction, 2 collections of short writings, along with 2 volumes of poems.  Her work has appeared in many anthologies. Hoagland taught creative writing classes for the College for Older Adults on the Virginia Highlands Community Campus at the Higher Ed Center in 2015, 2016, and 2017. Linda Hudson Hoagland is former President of the Appalachian Authors Guild (2015) and is currently a member of the Advisory Board for the Humanities – Bluefield State College.