Everyone knows Tiffany lamps but few people know that some of the most creative designers of these lamps were women. It is late 1800's in New York City and working conditions for women were dramatically different, so Clara and her co-workers were quite progressive for their time. This was a fascinating story of Clara, her work and her times. It is a well-written story of Clara's struggle for personal and professional fulfillment.
One summer afternoon, Jody receives the alarming news that the man who murdered her father is being released from prison and returning to her small town. It has been 23 years since her father was murdered and her mother disappeared and the accused man still insists that he did not do it. She grew up surrounded by loving grandparents and uncles, but now she is drawn into finding out what really happened way back then. Jody's tragic past seems to be unraveling in the present and she frantically searches for answers to what really happened all those years ago.