Download PDF by Ann L. McLaughlin: Leaving Bayberry House: A Novel

By Ann L. McLaughlin

sisters, Liz and Angie, meet at their deceased mom and dad nation condominium to organize it on the market. The sisters have by no means been shut, yet either are besieged via thoughts in their youth and their mom and dad. they're haunted by way of this apartment, the place their father, a pacifist Unitarian minister, dedicated suicide. in any case, the sisters reconcile with one another and with the earlier. the radical occurs in the course of one week in August 1973, while the sisters are middle-aged, yet each one bankruptcy results in a flashback to the years of worldwide conflict II, after they have been kids and the kin was once in turmoil, the daddy wrestling along with his moral sense over his pacifism and an affair with a Polish refugee, a son killed within the battle, and one daughter sinking into bipolar disorder.

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