After recovering from the shock of her parents perishing in a tragic accident, Grace Lindroth discovers clues in their attic that cause her to believe the people she called Mom and Dad her whole life may not have been her real parents.
In her search for the truth, Grace encounters people whose actions cause her to be distrustful of just about everyone, making her mission that much more difficult but heightening her determination to uncover what she believes is essential for her to go on with her life.
From the author
The theme that runs through this book is “Things that happen to you in the past can mold you into someone you’re not.” Do you know anyone like that? I sure do. The protagonist in this story had the ability to look past the outside shell that some people in her life had created for themselves, and it’s a good thing she did as it made a significant difference in her life.
I hope you enjoy reading Regarding Anna as much as I enjoyed writing it!
As an author who likes to help new and aspiring writers get started, Florence developed a website that offers substantial advice on crafting stories, getting self-published, promoting books, and more.
Florence currently resides in downtown Chicago where she is working on her next novel.
Reviews (a few of the 134 on amazon.com)
5.0 out of 5 stars Regarding Anna February 27, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars I have enjoyed each of Ms April 16, 2015
I like the fact that Florence puts such factual information into her books. Grace’s quest to find the truth to her identity,was so
engaging. The twists and turns keep you engrossed. Once I began reading, I couldn’t put it down. I highly recommend this book.
5.0 out of 5 stars fascinating mystery with warm humanity April 27, 2015
I enjoyed this book very much. The protagonist is a likeable person. The characters were well developed, and also not simplistic. As in real life, people are complex with positive and negative traits. The mystery was great, with twists that were unexpected but not difficult to follow. I never would have guessed the ending. The ending as well did not wrap up all the characters’ lives. They have some ambiguous feelings as real people would, to ponder and perhaps to see different perspectives with time.
The dialog was well written. The story moved forward without bogging down. I was never bored, hoping to get past any part.
This was an immensely satisfying read. I think it shows a gracious, loving personality of the author as well.