The Silent Sister by Diane Chamberlain
Riley MacPherson’s beloved father has just died and she is devastated. Her mother died when she was younger, her older sister committed suicide when Riley was two, and all she has left is her emotionally damaged brother who barely wants anything to do with her. Riley is lonely and longs to have a family again.
As she begins going through her father’s estate, she discovers a curious postcard that leads her to a PO Box that is supposedly her father’s, although it’s not his name on the box. As she digs deeper into her family’s past she starts to wonder about her sister’s suicide.
The more people she speaks to about her father’s life, the more she discovers how little she really knows. When she finds evidence that her sister may actually be alive she is more determined than ever to piece what’s left of her family back together.
In the end, she must decide if the consequences of her actions are worth destroying the lives of the people she loves the most.
This is the second novel by Diane Chamberlain that I have read and she has become one of my favorite authors.
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