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Mattie Gokey wants to become a writer and study in university, but as her mother was dying, Mattie promised her she would take care of her family. Though torn between her own dreams and the promise she made to her mother, Mattie takes a job at the Glenmore hotel, where she meets Grace Brown, a guest at the hotel who asks her to burn a bundle of letters. But Mattie procrastinates, and when Grace is found dead, she must make another hard decision - burn the letters and keep her word, or use them to solve Grace's murder.
This book is very well written, funny, and has likeable and believable characters.
It is one of the best books I have ever read, and I would recomend it to just about anybody.