Maggie’s Place by Annette Haws
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Length: 272 pages
Audiobook Length: 10 hours and 21 minutes
First Published: 2019
Years ago, Mary Margaret Sullivan changed her name, boxed up her previous life, moved into the Eagle Gate Apartments, and hid her painful memories in her chicken-wire storage unit in the basement. But secrets have an inconvenient way of surfacing when least expected.
Three weeks before Christmas, an elegant man in a penthouse, a young woman named Carly—homeless and ill with pneumonia—and two calculating thieves invade Maggie’s carefully reconstructed life, and in different ways, each is connected to Maggie’s difficult past. As Maggie and friends nurse Carly back to health, hearts begin to heal with a hope for the future. But all is not as it seems. When faced with the shocking truth, Maggie must rely on her wits, her friends, and her own strength as never before.
About Annette Haws
Annette Haws is an author and former teacher. She has written three novels: Waiting for the Light to Change, The Accidental Marriage, and Maggie’s Place. She currently lives in Utah. Visit the author’s website →