The Golden Hour by T. Greenwood. Published by Kensington

When she was only 13 years old Wyn Davies took a walk in the woods and met a monster. Twenty years later, she’s living on one side of a duplex, her ex living on the other as the two share custody of their young daughter. Wyn makes a living selling her lovely, if uninspired paintings and life goes along until she hears that Robby Rousseau may be released from prison because new DNA evidence come to light. Unless Wyn can bring herself to talk about that long ago day, he will be free. In order to re-examine her priorities, Wyn agrees to house-sit  for a friend. The house is old and long empty and on an isolated island in Maine. In the house, Wyn comes across pictures of the woman who lived there before her, a young mother and artist, much like Wyn herself. But this woman has a secret of her own, and as Wyn begins to dig into the woman’s past, she hopes to find the courage to deal with her own

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