Newport: Editorial Reviews

“Morrow has crafted a complicated mystery in Newport, though not of the typical whodunit variety. “There were enough secrets around [the house] to keep even Harry Houdini scratching his head in an effort to sort them all out,” she writes. Readers will delight in trying to sort out those very secrets alongside Adrian, Chapman and a Newport-sized household full of strange company. Morrow has done an impressive job of pulling together various stories and threads into a cohesive and fast-paced novel of love and regret.”
ShelfAwareness – Kerry McHugh, blogger at Entomology of a Bookworm

“A delicious plunge into the gilded lives and mansions of another era, NEWPORT sends you swimming through an intricate mystery involving money, tragedy, bittersweet love affairs, and voices from beyond, until you arrive at the whirlwind ending. It’s everything you need for literary escape: a ripping good read.”
Beatriz Williams, New York Times bestselling author of A Hundred Summers

“Jill Morrow’s NEWPORT is a portrait of a long-lost era, a sophisticated drama, and a gripping mystery all in one. Full of delicious prose and surprising twists, this book is a delight, an engrossing read that goes down like a glass of the finest champagne.”
Simone St. James, author of The Other Side of Midnight

“Newport has it all: intrigue, scandal, and séances to summon a spirit that will not rest. The slow unraveling of tangled secrets will keep you turning pages long into the night.”
Deanna Raybourn, New York Times bestselling author

“Past and present collide in 1920s Rhode Island as long-buried secrets begin to come to light in this mesmerizing novel of love, loss, and redemption. Beautifully written and vividly detailed, Newport is an elegant and mysterious tale that will keep you entranced from beginning to end.”
Ashley Weaver, Edgar Nominated author of Murder at the Brightwell