Gwynne Forster. Blues from Down Deep. New York: Kensington, 2004.

Regina Pearson never really felt at home in Hawaii, especially after her father passed away and she had no family left in the islands. When she learns about relatives in New Bern, N.C., she heads off to find them, excited about meeting the extended family she’s never known. Although she meets many colorful characters, Regina finds a group of people with troubles of their own, hardly the warm embrace she’d expected. It isn’t until she gets to know a retired soldier named Justin Duval that she decides she might have a reason for staying.

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