Scattered Leaves

Scattered Leaves

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Baker & Taylor
Sent to live with her great-aunt, Jordan March finds a friend in the person of Alanis King, the teenage granddaughter of the rundown farm's handyman, who helps Jordan unearth more of her family's dark secrets.

Baker
& Taylor

With her family torn by tragedy, Jordan Marsh is sent to live with her domineering grandmother's long estranged sister and finds a strange and troubled old woman, as well as a new friend in the person of Alanis King, the teenage granddaughter of the rundown farm's handyman, who helps Jordan unearth more of her family's dark secrets, in the sequel to Broken Flower. Simultaneous.

Simon and Schuster
She was supposed to be hidden away. But when the truth is exposed, she can't stay silent....

After tragedy tears her family apart, Jordan March is shipped off by her domineering Grandmother Emma to live with Emma's long-forgotten sister. Shuttered in a rundown farmhouse, Aunt Frances is the strangest person Jordan has ever met. Why has Grandmother hidden away this fragile, harmless woman -- did Frances grow up much too fast, like Jordan did? In the shadows of the farmhouse, Jordan is about to unearth the shattering truth -- and the March family will never be the same....

Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, 2007
ISBN: 9781416530879
1416530878
Characteristics: 389 p. ; 22 cm

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yellow_parrot_17 Jul 01, 2014

"'Lies are the worst kind of ghosts... they constantly haunt you. They wait behind the mirror and emerge every time you look at yourself'" (Andrews, 365).

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