Left unsaid / Joan B. Flood.

Flood, Joan B. [Browse]
  • Winnipeg, Manitoba : Signature Editions, [2017]
  • ©2017
197 pages ; 21 cm


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"Delia Buckley hasn't seen Daniel Wolfe in twenty-two years, ever since he'd abandoned her and their unborn child. But now here he is, knowing all about Delia's family troubles and wanting to employ her to nurse him in his terminal illness. Desperate for money to keep both the family farm, and her sister Maggie in the nursing home she's lived in for years, Delia is in no position to turn down Daniel's very handsome offer. She will keep a professional distance. But the past rises up from all sides. Daniel wants to be forgiven. His daughter, Jude, arrives from Vancouver and wants to talk about her sister, who'd disappeared six months after the death of their mother, and to cap it all off, a young woman called Iris shows up on the doorstep asking questions about relatives her dying mother had told her to seek out. The secrets of the past refuse to remain buried. Set in contemporary Ireland, this family drama explores how our choices--and our mistakes--echo through generations."-- Provided by publisher.
  • 9781773240091
  • 1773240099
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