“We're so pleased to see one of our favorite novels back in print after a number of years, available now in an eye-catching paperback edition. When human bones are uncovered on the grounds of the old Starlite Drive-In, Callie Anne Benton instinctively knows the victim's identity. Remembering back 36 years to the summer of 1956, Callie Anne recalls when a drifter named Charlie Memphis arrived to help out at her family's drive-in theater. Both she and her mother soon fall for the charming and handsome Charlie—until Charlie's attentions and her father's increasing jealousy thre
aten to tear the Benton family apart. Finally, a distastrous turn of events changes everything, and now the adult Callie Anne must unlock the secrets buried so long ago to finally put her ghosts to rest. This is a great portrait of small-town America in the 1950's and a captivating read full of suspense. Author Marjorie Reynolds currently lives on Camano Island.”— Kristine, The Snow Goose Bookstore, Stanwood, WA. Buy The Starlite Drive-in from your local indie.