"It's 1916 when newspaper woman Anna McDowell learns her estranged father has suffered a stroke. Deciding it's time to repair bridges, Anna packs up her precocious adolescent daughter and heads for her hometown in Sunset Cove, Oregon. Although much has changed since the turn of the century, some things haven't. Anna finds the staff of her father's paper not exactly eager to welcome a woman into the editor-in-chief role, but her father insists he wants her at the helm. Anna is quickly pulled into the charming town and her new position ... but just as quickly learns this seaside getaway harbors some dark and dangerous secrets. With Oregon's new statewide prohibition in effect, crime has crept along the seacoast and invaded even idyllic Sunset Cove. Anna only meant to get to know her father again over the summer, but instead she finds herself rooting out the biggest story the town has ever seen and trying to keep her daughter safe from it all"--Provided by publisher.
The legacy of Sunset Cove ; book 1
Life change events -- Fiction.
Mothers and daughters -- Fiction.
Nineteen tens -- Fiction.
Oregon -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- Fiction.
Secrecy -- Fiction.
Women journalists -- United States -- Fiction.
Large type books.