The Address, set in a storied Manhattan hotel called the Dakota. There, in 1884, a young woman named Sara Smythe accepts a job and eventually develops a relationship with building’s married architect, Theodore Camden. One hundred years later, in 1985, Bailey Camden finds herself fresh out of rehab and at the Dakota, where she too takes a job. Soon, she begins to unravel the mystery of what happened there, when all she knows is that Sara was sent to an insane asylum and eventually accused of murdering Theo, as she unravels the mystery the lives of the two women come crashing together.
Fiona Davis weaves together two distinct historical periods in her newest novel,