The Birds of Brookside Manor
Beverly Grady may just be the world’s loneliest woman. Her husband is dead, she hates her sister, and she has no friends—other than the birds she watches every day in her yard. When she finds out her late husband left behind mountains of debt, she has no choice but to downgrade her lifestyle, moving from her dream house to a cheap apartment in nearby Brookside Manor. Befriended by the colorful locals, Beverly starts to learn—for the first time in her life—that there may be more to life than birdwatching. But there’s also more to Brookside Manor than meets the eye, and you’ll never believe the secret it’s hiding.
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|About the Author||
Addison L. Jones is a freelance writer and editor. Born and raised in New Jersey, she has been writing since she was a child, publishing her first “book”—called Baby and His Parents (about a young deer and his family) as part of a youth-in-publishing program when she was in first grade. She has published several nonfiction books for young adults, has edited thousands of books and teaching materials, and is the author of Eye of Horace, a modern-day retelling of the ancient Egyptian myth of Isis and Osiris. She lives in north-central New Jersey. The Birds of Brookside Manor is her second novel.
|ISBN & Page Count||
Paperback, ISBN 978-0-9857055-4-1
|Birder’s Journal: March 2||
American Robin (Turdus migratorius)