Recent release “Windfall” from Page Publishing author Irene Hughes is the story of a bereaved young professional woman living in Colorado who inherits the sprawling estate of her beloved aunt, including the large Virginia farm with a picturesque mansion where she had spent happy summers in her youth.
Irene Hughes, author of “Sign in for Murder” and “Scent of Suspicion,” has completed her new book “Windfall”: a captivating novel that follows Bailey as she returns to Virginia to settle her aunt’s estate and to decide whether to stay there permanently. She immediately encounters a number of mysterious threatening and tragic incidents on the farm, plus a lawsuit aimed at breaking the aunt’s will.
Author Irene Hughes begins her novel, writing, “A hint of fall pervaded the air. Clear blue sky scattered with shredded white cotton clouds backdropped jagged peaks of the Rockies to the northeast. A low-lying film of fog hung suspended just above the rock-strewn creek on the right side of the highway, and a light powdering of frost lingered on meadow grasses beyond, both soon to be burned away by the sun just minutes from showing over a ridge of golden aspen. This was the beginning of Bailey’s favorite months of the year, late September through April.”
Published by Page Publishing, Irene Hughes’s intriguing tale follows Bailey as she feels herself fighting an attraction to the estate’s coexecutor, her aunt’s handsome lawyer. Action culminates when she is confronted by a murderer—the person behind all the previous threats.
Readers who wish to experience this fascinating work can purchase “Windfall” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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