She stopped for death
"Jenny Weston and her mother, Dora, are receiving strange midnight visits from their town's reclusive poet, Emily Sutton, who lives cloistered away with her sister. Emily is leaving scraps of poetry in Dora's little free library; so Dora makes it her mission to befriend the sheltered woman. Meanwhile, the Westons' neighbor, quirky Zoe Zola, is writing a book on poet Emily Dickinson -- which is making uncanny connections with events in their own town as Emily Sutton reemerges into society. But Zoe suspects things aren't normal at Emily's house or in the lives of people she claims have abandoned her. Looking further into the poet's half-truths leads Zoe and Jenny to a horrible murder. The chaos surrounding the ensuing investigation grows even more hectic with Emily's increasingly erratic behavior, the arrival of a young woman searching for her missing poet uncle, and yet another betrayal in Jenny's love life. And only poetry can set the truth free."--
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