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The Drowning Tree by Carol Goodman
The Drowning Tree revolves around a stained glass window, first created by the founder of Penrose college in 1922 and now being restored and commemorated during what would have been the 15th class reunion for Juno McKay. She became pregnant and dropped out just before graduation, but she attends the reunion to hear her best friend, art historian Christine Webb, give the keynote address. Christine, though, reveals shocking information about the window and the Penrose family past. When she disappears the next day, Juno tries to determine what happened to her, delving into the history of the Penrose family in search of clues. Carol Goodman's novel has received glowing reviews with the Deseret Morning News saying, "Plot twists, dead-ends, shaky motives and a strong sense of humanity permeate this story, and make for an enlightening, sumptuous read."