Blurb (from Amazon):
Decades of Loss, an Unsolved Mystery,
and a Rift Spanning Three Generations
Hazel DeFord is a woman haunted by her past. While berry picking in a blackberry thicket in 1943, ten-year old Hazel momentarily turns her back on her three-year old sister Maggie and the young girl disappears.
Almost seventy years later, the mystery remains unsolved and the secret guilt Hazel carries has alienated her from her daughter Diane, who can’t understand her mother’s overprotectiveness and near paranoia. While Diane resents her mother’s inexplicable eccentricities, her daughter Meghan—a cold case agent—cherishes her grandmother’s lavish attention and affection.
When a traffic accident forces Meghan to take a six-week leave-of-absence to recover, all three generations of DeFord women find themselves unexpectedly under the same roof. Meghan knows she will have to act as a mediator between the two headstrong and contentious women. But when they uncover Hazel’s painful secret, will Meghan also be able to use her investigative prowess to solve the family mystery and help both women recover all that’s been lost?
Bringing Maggie Home is another great read by Kim Vogel Sawyer. It is a little different than what I am used to by her. However, this book just proves how talented Of an author she truly is. She can tackle any genre, content, or storyline, and still have that signature "Kim Vogel Sawyer" style.
Bringing Maggie Home did not disappoint me in any way. It is a beautiful story of hope, faith, and forgiveness. If a reader is like me and gets into the emotions of their books, then they need to get their tissues ready.
A wonderful, inspirational read. Loved it! One of my favorite books of the year.
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