9781504047029-1504047028-The Golden Unicorn

The Golden Unicorn

ISBN-13: 9781504047029
ISBN-10: 1504047028
Edition: Reprint
Author: Whitney, Phyllis A.
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Open Road Media Romance
Format: Paperback 342 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781504047029
ISBN-10: 1504047028
Edition: Reprint
Author: Whitney, Phyllis A.
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Open Road Media Romance
Format: Paperback 342 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Whitney, Phyllis A. wrote The Golden Unicorn comprising 342 pages back in 2017. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1504047028 and 9781504047029. Since then The Golden Unicorn textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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From a New York Times–bestselling author: A young woman’s search for her biological parents uncovers a secret history of murder and conspiracy.

When her adoptive parents die in a train crash in Italy, writer Courtney Marsh becomes more determined than ever to find her roots. She was mysteriously abandoned when she was just an infant, and she never knew the truth about her biological parents. The only clues to her past are a golden unicorn pendant she’s had all her life and a tattered newspaper clipping about an artist who hailed from one of the most prominent yet reclusive East Hampton families.

Now, under the guise of a reporter, Courtney has arrived at the Rhodes’s mansion on the dunes. She may be uncertain of her heritage, but she’s as sure as the bracing ocean winds that this family is hiding something. Only the handsome son-in-law of the Rhodes clan, whose marriage is on the rocks, is particularly forthcoming—especially as he grows more intimately fond of the lovely and inquisitive young guest. But the more Courtney discovers, the more she has to fear—because hers is a legacy of murder that has yet to play its final hand.

The Golden Unicorn is a novel of buried family secrets in the New York art world from “a superb and gifted storyteller” (Mary Higgins Clark).
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