Anyone else read and enjoyed Susanna Kearsley's style as much as I have?
A relatively new author, I find her books are good escapist reading--nice descriptive locations, occasional humour and smatterings of romance. And some of her plots are thoroughly imaginative, i.e. "Marianna" in which the heroine buys a 16th century English house and finds herself randomly transported back in time and into the life of a previous female occupant.(which in turn leads to the source of the mystery) This was one of my favorites, along with "The Shadowy Horses."