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What Goes 'Round...

Mary Ellis

Secrets from a boarding school past threaten a mother's future. Will truth or silence prevail?

In the captivating narrative of What Goes Round..., Laura Stern stands on the threshold of new beginnings with Matthew Ward. However, to truly step into her future, she must first confront the mysteries of her past. The keys? Hidden deep within the archives of Holy Innocents Boarding School, where memories and secrets intertwine.

As Laura painstakingly unravels her history, she discovers a trail of youthful promises, concealed truths, and difficult choices. This odyssey not only illuminates her past but also reshapes her present, transitioning her from a life overshadowed by uncertainties to one brimming with understanding and peace. However, everything is jeopardized by a figure from her past clutching a secret that could destroy her son's political career.

Fate intervenes and she must decide if the blackmailer should live or die. What Goes Round... is a compelling tale of love, revelations, and the enduring strength of a mother's spirit. Dive into a story where the complexities of the past profoundly shape the challenges and hopes of the future

Book Details

  • Publisher: Palmetto Publishing
  • Publish Date: Jan 23rd, 2024
  • Pages: 278
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.63in - 0.91lb
  • EAN: 9798822931770
  • Categories: Thrillers - PoliticalWomenRomance - Contemporary

About the Author

Ellis, Mary: - Mary Ellis, a remarkable eighty-seven-year-old great-grandmother, is a testament to ageless passion and creativity. Author of the acclaimed novels "Vengeance for a Stranger" and "Conversations with a Cadaver", Mary's newest tale, What Goes Round..., is a decade in the making. Her unique voice weaves stories that resonate across generations. This great grandmother of seven proves that it's never too late to embrace new challenges, crafting tales that captivate hearts and minds alike.
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