The Dark Winter

by Elena Graf

In this fifth volume of the series, the residents of Hobbs, Maine, are relieved to have gotten through the summer relatively unscathed by the pandemic. Town doctor, Liz Stolz, is warning about a fall surge, but everyone is desperate to get back to normal. Liz has agreed to help her friend, architect, Sam McKinnon, build a sound-proof practice room over Erika Bultmann’s garage. As the days grow shorter, Erika is worried about her wife, Episcopal rector and former opera singer, Lucy Bartlett, who walks alone on the beach before dawn. Fortunately, the early Christmas gift is ready before tragedy strikes. In the process of keeping a promise to a friend, Liz causes stress in her marriage, which has been rocky since an impulsive kiss. As the women of Hobbs pull together to help a beloved friend heal from her loss, the dark winter brings tension and realignment in their small community.

Hobbs Series Book 5.



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Genre General Fiction
Length 326 pages
Publication Date July 15, 2021
Publisher Purple Hand Press
ISBN 9781953195067

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