Book One” is a gripping tale of coming to terms with her past as a young woman returns home to help her mother.

Marie V. Doolittle, an avid gardener and crafter, has completed her new book “Rebeca, the Homecoming: Book One”: a powerful mystery centered around young protagonist Rebecca as she returns home and works to uncover what what really happened to him father and brother.

Published by Page Publishing, Marie V. Doolittle’s gripping tale follows Rebecca, a young photographer and journalist, who had moved on after watching her father and brother perish in an accidental boat fire. But after deciding to return home to help her mother, she finds herself questioning the events surrounding the fire and investigating what really happened.

Full of suspense and brilliant characters that bring the story to life, “Rebeca Back to Basics: Book One” will keep readers on the edge of their seats as they follow Rebecca as she investigates the fire that started changed his family forever. As she gets closer and closer to solving the mystery, a new romantic partner appears. But the mysterious Kevin, who seems to know more about Rebecca than he lets on, will he prevent her from discovering the truth about the death of her father and her brother?

Readers interested in discovering this fascinating work can purchase “Rebeca, the Homecoming: Book One” in bookstores around the world or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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Angela C. Hale