In this third novel in the Lone Palm family saga series, H.A. Olsen delivers a holiday treat for lovers of southern fiction that follows the life of a daughter who is trying to find her way in life, a mother who has lost hers, and the grandmother who desperately wants to bring them together again.
For most of us, Christmas is the time of year we yearn for home, but not for seventeen -year-old Savannah Grace. Upset by her celebrity mother’s erratic behavior, she can’t wait to leave her Malibu home and spend Christmas with her grandmother, retired singer-songwriter Angela Jenkins. When Savannah arrives at Angela’s cottage on Folly Beach a week earlier than expected, it raises Angela’s suspicion that something isn’t quite right with her daughter. But Angela quickly discovers it’s not the only mystery she faces when cryptic messages directed toward Savannah begin to show up in public places. As the messages grow more threatening, Angela realizes that Savannah has more things than her mother to worry about—like staying alive.
Blending mystery with an entertaining tale of three generations of women coming together, Savannah Grace offers a holiday literary feast that will please both young and old. Add a malevolent ghost to the mix, and you have the perfect ingredients for a Lowcountry treat you will enjoy anytime of the year.