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The next day, however, his sister approaches her at the cafe where Mary works and makes her a proposition. Mary Grey is asked to impersonate Annabel and accompany them to the family home where their grandfather is dying, claim her share of the inheritance, and then split it three-ways. Considering that she has nothing better to do and no money, Mary acquiesces and leaves for the Winslow home.
The Ivy Tree : Mary Stewart :
Not for her the SEALs of today and dukes of yesteryear — she writes about farmers and secretaries caught in situations out of their control. Even the villain here is normal, motivated by the jealousies and sins of normal people, but driven out of proportion by circumstances and nature. Mary Grey is a sympathetic heroine — self-possessed and confident, but trapped by her own curiosity, survival instincts, and morals.
However, by the end the villain is dead and our heroine finds happiness. What I can say is that even though I saw the explanation coming way too early in the book, Mary Stewart is skillful enough that I kept second-guessing myself, right up until the moment my hunch was confirmed. And when I finished the book, I went back to look for the clues. That, and the fact that Mary Stewart kept me on my toes despite my smart-ass guesses.