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If you are someone who has ever dreamed of leaving behind all that is known and familiar and moving to a new country to start all over again you will find yourself in Molly. And if you have found yourself for long periods of time in a country you are enjoying immensely but still find yourself longing for the sound of your own language from time to time you will understand much about Molly's life.
Molly has finally found the impetus to live out her dream by moving to a small French village, starting a type of B&B on a limited scale, and making this village her true home. She was so focused on escaping the crime and violence that she felt surrounded her in Boston and finding safety and serenity in this small village that finding that the 3rd girl in a period of several years had disappeared mysteriously from this peaceful village that it caused her to question her choice. This mystery unrolls through believable circumstances and not through a woman "playing detective" in annoying and unbelievable ways so common in many mysteries.
Molly and, indeed, all the characters you come to know in this book are so well developed, so well written, and so believable that you feel you really know and understand them by the end of the book...and can't wait to meet them again. I am so glad to have stumbled across this series and can't wait to download and read the next in this series. One warning...once you begin reading this book you will find it almost impossible to put down until the very last paragraph.