“I’d slept right through my alarm, but still managed to get there by seven thirt…

“I’d slept right through my alarm, but still managed to get there by seven thirty, eating a blueberry muffin along the way.” 💙

This was my first Diane Chamberlain book and I loved it!! Set in the 1940s and present day, it tells the story of two women and one art mural. Anna Dale is painting it in the 1940s after winning a contest and travels to small town Edenton, NC to immerse herself in the community in order to paint a mural for their town’s post office. Morgan Christopher is offered an opportunity to restore it and get out of prison and she has no idea why she was chosen for the task. That begins the story of unravelling the significance and mystery of the art mural and it was so gripping and engaging! The characters came to life for me and the time period was also so vividly described, I felt immersed in this small town. I loved it! Thanks to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for a digital galley in exchange for an honest review. 💙



13 thoughts on ““I’d slept right through my alarm, but still managed to get there by seven thirt…”

  1. I’ve only read the past few of her books, including this one, but she is such a talented writer. Her last book, The Dream Daughter, was amazing!

Comments are closed.