The second novel in the East Perry County Series, this book's character Kate Meyr continues to be charmed by the beauty of Borna, Missouri. After encouragement from her friends Clark and Ellie, she decides to turn her home into a guest house. Wanting to acknowledge Dr. Paulson and his wife, Josephine, whose spirit still haunts the home, she names her new business after her. Kate commissions a quilt to be made by her friend Ruth Ann to hang in the entry hall for guests to sign. Everything seems to be coming together and guests are intrigued by Josephine's presence, but why do some of the guests' names disappear from the signature quilt and some remain?
312 pgs, novel · Book two in the East Perry County series
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