Saving Dragonflies AN ABBY EATON MYSTERY Sometimes to protect who you love you must bury the truth
With just one week until the opening of her bookstore in Shadow Creek, Abby Eaton’s burning curiosity provokes her to interrupt her hectic schedule and investigate the identity of a close friend’s father. Following leads from an old group photograph, she inadvertently angers several village locals—including her disapproving husband—ignores warnings, and discovers that digging up the past can be a dangerous game.
Shadow Creek 1978: The Sweetman brothers—widower Carl, and Vietnam veteran Leo—both struggle with unresolved guilt until the arrival of the alluring Faith Crosby offers each a chance for renewal. But they are not the only ones captivated by this unconventional city girl. When emotions run high, desperate acts are shockingly concealed.
Forty years later, who has most to lose if their long-held secret comes to light? Abby is about to find out.
Rich in character and mystery, Saving Dragonflies is a compelling glimpse into lives impacted by trauma and the compulsion to shield others from the painful truth.