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More Than You Know by Beth Gutcheon
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"Marry in haste, repent at leisure." This certainly held true for Claris Osgood when she married Danial Haskell in the 1850's and lived with him on the isolated Beal Island. Danial turned out to be a bitter, strict and insensitive man. Claris was isolated both emotionally and physically and eventually became just as bitter as he, especially after the death of their beloved son, Amos. Daughter, Sallie, could never measure up in her mother's eyes. It was a horrible situation that ended in murder.

In the 1930's Hannah Gray is an impulsive teen-ager who also may be heading into an unsuitable relationship. She and Conary Crocker are strongly attracted to each other and they have an additional thing in common - they've both seen a ghost from the Beal Island murder.

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