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Step outside and you’re next to beautiful Rosehill Resevoir and David A. Balfour Park – where the lush greenery and beautiful walking paths provide nature at its best. Then, walk just a few blocks north, and you’ll find yourself at bustling Yonge and St. Clair – bursting with restaurants, shops, banks, grocery stores and more. Of course, if you’re heading for another destination, board the subway at TTC St. Clair Station or Summerhill stations, both conveniently located just a few blocks away.

Whether you’re moving within Toronto or relocating to the City, the Summerhill quickly feels like home – with the courteous staff ready to welcome you. At the end of your day, pick-up your parcels from the concierge and relax in your suite; cook dinner while you enjoy the evening skyline; or end your day with a workout in the large indoor swimming pool or fully-equipped fitness room.

From Jane Roberts Wood comes a quietly riveting novel revealing the banal faces of evil in a small East Texas town. In 1946 a young couple is brutally murdered in Cold Springs. And, now, thirty-four years later, the rumor is that Jackson Morris, who had been the only person of interest in the murders, has come home. Or has he?

When the four women of the Tuesday bridge club hear this rumor, their responses range from a reckless excitement to a shaky uneasiness. There's Isabel, compelling and passionate, who foolishly and inexplicably longs to see Jackson, her first love, again while the seemingly innocent Mary Martha prays that the sheriff will put Jackson's head in a noose. Although the eternally optimistic Sarah looks to the law to determine Jackson's fate, the fourth woman, an Irish immigrant and a misfit in Cold Springs, is guided by the spirit world, including a cat, in deciding his guilt or innocence.

When a second murder occurs after Jackson's return, Cold Springs reacts with fear and paranoia while the women struggle to protect their friend's reputation and desperately try to find a murderer.

From Jane Roberts Wood comes a quietly riveting novel revealing the banal faces of evil in a small East Texas town. In 1946 a young couple is brutally murdered in Cold Springs. And, now, thirty-four years later, the rumor is that Jackson Morris, who had been the only person of interest in the murders, has come home. Or has he?

When the four women of the Tuesday bridge club hear this rumor, their responses range from a reckless excitement to a shaky uneasiness. There’s Isabel, compelling and passionate, who foolishly and inexplicably longs to see Jackson, her first love, again while the seemingly innocent Mary Martha prays that the sheriff will put Jackson’s head in a noose. Although the eternally optimistic Sarah looks to the law to determine Jackson’s fate, the fourth woman, an Irish immigrant and a misfit in Cold Springs, is guided by the spirit world, including a cat, in deciding his guilt or innocence.

When a second murder occurs after Jackson’s return, Cold Springs reacts with fear and paranoia while the women struggle to protect their friend’s reputation and desperately try to find a murderer.

Summerhill is a borough in Cambria County , Pennsylvania , United States. The population was 490 at the 2010 census. [3]

Summerhill, a small borough in the Allegheny Mountains in southwestern Pennsylvania, was settled in the early 1800s and grew in large part from the Allegheny Portage Railroad and the Pennsylvania Railroad .

The Thomas and Barbara Croyle family was one of the earliest recorded families to settle in the town in 1794. Their family homestead, a two-story stone structure that still stands, served the family as a fortress against Indian attacks. According to some sources, Indians burned the Croyles' cabin and property, causing the family to seek refuge at Fort Bedford . By 1800, Barbara Croyle chose to rebuild their homestead with stone; she limited windows to two sides of the house to keep it stronger if attacked. [4] [5]

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Step outside and you’re next to beautiful Rosehill Resevoir and David A. Balfour Park – where the lush greenery and beautiful walking paths provide nature at its best. Then, walk just a few blocks north, and you’ll find yourself at bustling Yonge and St. Clair – bursting with restaurants, shops, banks, grocery stores and more. Of course, if you’re heading for another destination, board the subway at TTC St. Clair Station or Summerhill stations, both conveniently located just a few blocks away.

Whether you’re moving within Toronto or relocating to the City, the Summerhill quickly feels like home – with the courteous staff ready to welcome you. At the end of your day, pick-up your parcels from the concierge and relax in your suite; cook dinner while you enjoy the evening skyline; or end your day with a workout in the large indoor swimming pool or fully-equipped fitness room.

From Jane Roberts Wood comes a quietly riveting novel revealing the banal faces of evil in a small East Texas town. In 1946 a young couple is brutally murdered in Cold Springs. And, now, thirty-four years later, the rumor is that Jackson Morris, who had been the only person of interest in the murders, has come home. Or has he?

When the four women of the Tuesday bridge club hear this rumor, their responses range from a reckless excitement to a shaky uneasiness. There's Isabel, compelling and passionate, who foolishly and inexplicably longs to see Jackson, her first love, again while the seemingly innocent Mary Martha prays that the sheriff will put Jackson's head in a noose. Although the eternally optimistic Sarah looks to the law to determine Jackson's fate, the fourth woman, an Irish immigrant and a misfit in Cold Springs, is guided by the spirit world, including a cat, in deciding his guilt or innocence.

When a second murder occurs after Jackson's return, Cold Springs reacts with fear and paranoia while the women struggle to protect their friend's reputation and desperately try to find a murderer.

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Step outside and you’re next to beautiful Rosehill Resevoir and David A. Balfour Park – where the lush greenery and beautiful walking paths provide nature at its best. Then, walk just a few blocks north, and you’ll find yourself at bustling Yonge and St. Clair – bursting with restaurants, shops, banks, grocery stores and more. Of course, if you’re heading for another destination, board the subway at TTC St. Clair Station or Summerhill stations, both conveniently located just a few blocks away.

Whether you’re moving within Toronto or relocating to the City, the Summerhill quickly feels like home – with the courteous staff ready to welcome you. At the end of your day, pick-up your parcels from the concierge and relax in your suite; cook dinner while you enjoy the evening skyline; or end your day with a workout in the large indoor swimming pool or fully-equipped fitness room.

Did you know that your version of Internet Explorer is out of date?
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Step outside and you’re next to beautiful Rosehill Resevoir and David A. Balfour Park – where the lush greenery and beautiful walking paths provide nature at its best. Then, walk just a few blocks north, and you’ll find yourself at bustling Yonge and St. Clair – bursting with restaurants, shops, banks, grocery stores and more. Of course, if you’re heading for another destination, board the subway at TTC St. Clair Station or Summerhill stations, both conveniently located just a few blocks away.

Whether you’re moving within Toronto or relocating to the City, the Summerhill quickly feels like home – with the courteous staff ready to welcome you. At the end of your day, pick-up your parcels from the concierge and relax in your suite; cook dinner while you enjoy the evening skyline; or end your day with a workout in the large indoor swimming pool or fully-equipped fitness room.

From Jane Roberts Wood comes a quietly riveting novel revealing the banal faces of evil in a small East Texas town. In 1946 a young couple is brutally murdered in Cold Springs. And, now, thirty-four years later, the rumor is that Jackson Morris, who had been the only person of interest in the murders, has come home. Or has he?

When the four women of the Tuesday bridge club hear this rumor, their responses range from a reckless excitement to a shaky uneasiness. There's Isabel, compelling and passionate, who foolishly and inexplicably longs to see Jackson, her first love, again while the seemingly innocent Mary Martha prays that the sheriff will put Jackson's head in a noose. Although the eternally optimistic Sarah looks to the law to determine Jackson's fate, the fourth woman, an Irish immigrant and a misfit in Cold Springs, is guided by the spirit world, including a cat, in deciding his guilt or innocence.

When a second murder occurs after Jackson's return, Cold Springs reacts with fear and paranoia while the women struggle to protect their friend's reputation and desperately try to find a murderer.

From Jane Roberts Wood comes a quietly riveting novel revealing the banal faces of evil in a small East Texas town. In 1946 a young couple is brutally murdered in Cold Springs. And, now, thirty-four years later, the rumor is that Jackson Morris, who had been the only person of interest in the murders, has come home. Or has he?

When the four women of the Tuesday bridge club hear this rumor, their responses range from a reckless excitement to a shaky uneasiness. There’s Isabel, compelling and passionate, who foolishly and inexplicably longs to see Jackson, her first love, again while the seemingly innocent Mary Martha prays that the sheriff will put Jackson’s head in a noose. Although the eternally optimistic Sarah looks to the law to determine Jackson’s fate, the fourth woman, an Irish immigrant and a misfit in Cold Springs, is guided by the spirit world, including a cat, in deciding his guilt or innocence.

When a second murder occurs after Jackson’s return, Cold Springs reacts with fear and paranoia while the women struggle to protect their friend’s reputation and desperately try to find a murderer.

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Step outside and you’re next to beautiful Rosehill Resevoir and David A. Balfour Park – where the lush greenery and beautiful walking paths provide nature at its best. Then, walk just a few blocks north, and you’ll find yourself at bustling Yonge and St. Clair – bursting with restaurants, shops, banks, grocery stores and more. Of course, if you’re heading for another destination, board the subway at TTC St. Clair Station or Summerhill stations, both conveniently located just a few blocks away.

Whether you’re moving within Toronto or relocating to the City, the Summerhill quickly feels like home – with the courteous staff ready to welcome you. At the end of your day, pick-up your parcels from the concierge and relax in your suite; cook dinner while you enjoy the evening skyline; or end your day with a workout in the large indoor swimming pool or fully-equipped fitness room.

From Jane Roberts Wood comes a quietly riveting novel revealing the banal faces of evil in a small East Texas town. In 1946 a young couple is brutally murdered in Cold Springs. And, now, thirty-four years later, the rumor is that Jackson Morris, who had been the only person of interest in the murders, has come home. Or has he?

When the four women of the Tuesday bridge club hear this rumor, their responses range from a reckless excitement to a shaky uneasiness. There's Isabel, compelling and passionate, who foolishly and inexplicably longs to see Jackson, her first love, again while the seemingly innocent Mary Martha prays that the sheriff will put Jackson's head in a noose. Although the eternally optimistic Sarah looks to the law to determine Jackson's fate, the fourth woman, an Irish immigrant and a misfit in Cold Springs, is guided by the spirit world, including a cat, in deciding his guilt or innocence.

When a second murder occurs after Jackson's return, Cold Springs reacts with fear and paranoia while the women struggle to protect their friend's reputation and desperately try to find a murderer.

From Jane Roberts Wood comes a quietly riveting novel revealing the banal faces of evil in a small East Texas town. In 1946 a young couple is brutally murdered in Cold Springs. And, now, thirty-four years later, the rumor is that Jackson Morris, who had been the only person of interest in the murders, has come home. Or has he?

When the four women of the Tuesday bridge club hear this rumor, their responses range from a reckless excitement to a shaky uneasiness. There’s Isabel, compelling and passionate, who foolishly and inexplicably longs to see Jackson, her first love, again while the seemingly innocent Mary Martha prays that the sheriff will put Jackson’s head in a noose. Although the eternally optimistic Sarah looks to the law to determine Jackson’s fate, the fourth woman, an Irish immigrant and a misfit in Cold Springs, is guided by the spirit world, including a cat, in deciding his guilt or innocence.

When a second murder occurs after Jackson’s return, Cold Springs reacts with fear and paranoia while the women struggle to protect their friend’s reputation and desperately try to find a murderer.

Summerhill is a borough in Cambria County , Pennsylvania , United States. The population was 490 at the 2010 census. [3]

Summerhill, a small borough in the Allegheny Mountains in southwestern Pennsylvania, was settled in the early 1800s and grew in large part from the Allegheny Portage Railroad and the Pennsylvania Railroad .

The Thomas and Barbara Croyle family was one of the earliest recorded families to settle in the town in 1794. Their family homestead, a two-story stone structure that still stands, served the family as a fortress against Indian attacks. According to some sources, Indians burned the Croyles' cabin and property, causing the family to seek refuge at Fort Bedford . By 1800, Barbara Croyle chose to rebuild their homestead with stone; she limited windows to two sides of the house to keep it stronger if attacked. [4] [5]

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