The Ghost Orchid by Carol Goodman
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The Ghost Orchid Summary
Literary suspense. For more than one hundred years, creative souls have traveled to Upstate New York to work under the captivating spell of the Bosco estate. Ellis Brooks, a first-time novelist, has come to Bosco to write a book based on Aurora and the infamous summer of 1893, when wealthy, powerful Milo Latham brought the notorious medium Corinth Blackwell to the estate to help his wife contact three of the couple's children, lost the winter before in a diphtheria epidemic. But when a séance turned deadly, Corinth and her alleged accomplice, Tom Quinn, disappeared, taking with them the Lathams' only surviving child.
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'[I]ts twists and turns mesmerize, even if they don't surprise.' - Publishers Weekly.
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Carol Goodman Author Biography
Carol Goodman grew up on Long Island, attended public school, and started writing at age nine, when her fourth grade teacher introduced the topic Creative Writing. She wrote a ninety-page, crayon-illustrated epic entitled The Adventures of the Magical Herd in which a girl named Carol lives with a herd of magical horses. She knew from that moment that she wanted to be a writer.
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