Mast Island is now available where fine books are sold.
SARASOTA, FL. – The Peppertree Press announces the release of Mast Island by Anne Nichols Reynolds. Mast Island is now available in hardcover (ISBN: 978-1614934059, 296 pages, $28.95), trade paper (ISBN: 978-1614934042, 296 pages, $18.95) and eBook editions.
An extraordinary tale chronicles one woman’s perilous journey to find her identity and uncover the secrets of her past. Mast Island introduces protagonist, Abby Parsons, a talented artist trained by a renowned oil painter. Abby is enjoying success in the art world when her universe shatters.
Abby’s beloved grandmother dies unexpectedly, and her life is upended. How could the grandmother she had loved and trusted leave behind a deceit so profound that it annihilates all Abby believes? Who was the woman who reared her and said she was Abby’s sole relative? More importantly, who is Abby? Was she abducted? Abandoned? Or worse?
When a mysterious box containing clues to her real identity arrives, Abby burns to find answers. The unexpected trove leads to a series of shocking revelations. Abby discovers her fictional life was concocted by two women trying to save her from the people who murdered her family. Abby begins a quest to find answers, family, and closure.
Abby’s search leads her to Savannah, Georgia, and to Mast Island, the ancestral domain of the DuMond family. Uncovering the truth leads Abby into life-threatening situations. Some secrets aren’t meant to be revealed, and someone will stop at nothing to see that Abby never uncovers the whole story. Will Abby find the truth, or will her search lead to a dead end?
A mesmerizing tale about devastating loss and unexpected discoveries, Mast Island takes readers on an unforgettable journey. With its mesmerizing storyline, rich detail, characters that spring to life within the novel’s pages, and sensationally suspenseful plot, Mast Island is an exhilarating story that will leave readers breathless.
Award-winning writer, Anne Nichols Reynolds, is an educator, speaker, artist, and author. Her interests are archaeology, reading, travel, education, art, and sharing adventures with her friends and family. Writing is her passion, and painting is her therapy. She is also the author of Winter Harvest and A Will of Her Own. Anne Nichols Reynolds lives in Florida.The Peppertree Press is an independent book publisher based in Florida. Members of the news media wishing to request a review copy of Mast Island or more information are kindly asked to contact Maryglenn McCombs by phone – (615) 297-9875, or by email – firstname.lastname@example.org.