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Ray of Light is the second novel by Canadian author Alison Insco . It was published on October 5, 2014.

BlurbEdit

Anna moved across the country, away from everything she had ever known, to start a new life for herself and her daughter after spending the last months of her pregnancy in a shelter for battered women. Fast-forward six years, and she is now happily remarried to a man who is raising her daughter as his own, including adopting the girl when she was three years old.

Strange phone calls start to come in from women in Anna's former hometown. At first, she disregards the calls as coincidental wrong numbers, but when the unmistakeable voice of her ex-husband comes across the line, they become impossible to ignore.

CharactersEdit

Major CharactersEdit

AnnaEdit

Main character of the book.

JordanEdit

Former owner of Ray of Light women's shelter.

MikeEdit

Anna's current husband.

JasonEdit

Anna's former husband and abuser.

SophieEdit

Anna's and Jason's six-year-old daughter.


Minor CharactersEdit

EllieEdit

The current owner of Ray of Light women's shelter.

DebraEdit

Anna's mother.

Officer RobEdit

The police liaison to Ray of Light women's shelter.

RachelEdit

Jordan's daughter, who died at the hands of her abuser.

DarcyEdit

Jordan's sister, who recently passed away, leaving Jordan her house.

CindyEdit

A "frequent flyer" at Ray of Light women's shelter.

AvaEdit

Anna and Mike's new daughter.

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Other books by Alison InscoEdit

Lullaby (published September 15, 2014)

Save the Last Dance (published January 27, 2015)

Secrets and Lies  (published August 14, 2015)

Edge of Consciousness (published January 4, 2016)

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