Half Past

Genre: Fiction

Half PastA Novel

At forty-five, Hannah Smith is at a crossroads. That’s her spin on it. The reality is she’s divorced, jobless, and moving back to her family home in Iowa to keep an eye on her mother, who’s slipping into dementia. Her return stirs up the same unnerving sense of disconnect Hannah has felt since childhood—always the odd girl out, the loner outshone by her two older sisters. Hannah knew the feelings of hurt would come back. But she never expected fear. Because when her mother looks into her eyes and whispers, “You’re not my daughter,” Hannah is beginning to believe it’s not just the rambling of a confused woman. It’s the truth. Now Hannah’s following the trail of a family mystery to the dark coast of Big Sur, where years ago a lie was born—and buried. As frightened as she is to unearth it, Hannah knows this is the last chance she has before her past—and all its terrible secrets—are lost forever.

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Run time: 8 hours
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Author
Victoria Helen Stone

Biography:
<p>Victoria Helen Stone, formerly writing as <i>USA Today</i> bestselling novelist Victoria Dahl, was born and raised in the flattest parts of the Midwest. Now that she’s escaped the plains of her youth, she writes dark suspense from an upstairs office high in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. She enjoys summer trail hikes with her family almost as much as she enjoys staying inside during the winter. Since leaving the lighter side of fiction, she has written the critically acclaimed, bestselling novels <i>Evelyn, After</i>; <i>Half Past</i>; and <i>Jane Doe</i>. For more on the author and her work, visit www.VictoriaHelenStone.com and www.VictoriaDahl.com.</p>
Narrator
Emily Sutton-Smith

Biography:
Emily Sutton-Smith is a Michigan based professional actress. A co-founder of the Williamston Theatre, she has appeared on that stage in numerous productions, in addition to many appearances at professional theatres throughout the state. She also has several film and TV credits. Emily holds a Grande Diploma in Pastry Arts from the French Culinary Institute and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Michigan State University.

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