Morning Glory Hill
About the Book
Morning Glory Hill, an independent living facility for senior citizens, is rich in its diverse and interesting residents. Marty Miller chose to call this place home because of the quality of services and facilities, including the charming hallways named after flowers. When she finds herself a victim of a possible theft, she turns to her two new friends to help her solve the mystery. As these three amateur sleuths embark on a madcap adventure to find a diamond necklace, they are unaware that other residents are busy with their own mission of coping with their neighbors. Even a resident Siamese cat and his diabolical owner get caught up in a unique plot to discredit fellow community members. When friendships are tested and romance enters the picture, a sense of family and a feeling of contentment that residents thought they had lost when they moved in provides them with peace and tranquility.
About the Author
Doris M. Dorwart, EdD, resides in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Doris served as the director of the School Library Media Services Division for the Pennsylvania Department of Education for a period of ten years. Prior to her retirement, she served as the director for the online masters program in school library and information technology for Mansfield University in Pennsylvania. Other books written by Doris include: — The Artists’ Haven (Doris Dorwart; AuthorHouse, 2015; Amazon) — Fire on the Altar (Doris M. Dorwart; AuthorHouse, 2014; Amazon) — The Fourth Sister (Doris M. Dorwart; Lulu, 2010; Amazon) — The Dreamland Park Murders (self-published, 2005; firstname.lastname@example.org) — The Berlin Wall: How it Rose and Why it Fell (Doris M. Epler; Millbrook Press, 1992) — Online Searching Goes to School (Doris M. Epler; Oryx Press, 1989) Cover: Designed by Gina Schaeffer, email@example.com