Contemporary Women’s Fiction – The Taste of Air

The Taste of AirThe Taste of Air
By Gail Cleare
Publisher: Red Adept Publishing
Published: September 2016
ISBN: 978-1940215815
Genre: Women’s Fiction, Contemporary Fiction, Family Saga, Mystery, Contemporary Women’s Fiction, Sisters, Family
Formats Available For Review: mobi, epub

A USA Today Bestseller

When Mary Reilly turns up in a hospital hundreds of miles from the senior community where she lives, Nell and Bridget discover their mother has been hiding a second life. She has a cottage in Vermont and a series of complex relationships with people her daughters have never met. The thread of mystery leads back to the middle of the 20th century, and knits together all three women, the sacrifices made and the secrets they carry.

Nell is a carpool mom and corporate trophy wife who yearns for a life of her own. Bridget is a glamorous interior designer who transforms herself for every new man, always attracted to the bad ones. Their mother Mary was an army nurse in the Vietnam War, then married handsome navy pilot Thomas Reilly and lived happily ever after…or did she? Mary’s lakeside hideaway is the vault for family secrets never suspected, and the gateway to change for her daughters.

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