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The Mill River redemption : a novel

Author: Darcie Chan
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books Trade Paperbacks, [2014]
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Having unexpectedly lost her husband and lacking the means to support herself and her two young daughters, Josie DiSanti takes refuge with her aunt in Mill River, Vermont. Thanks to Aunt Ivy, who runs the town's book shop, the community quickly come to know Josie and her girls, Rose and Emily. The sisters are inseparable growing up, but in their early college years, a tragedy tears them apart. Years later, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Code and cipher stories
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Darcie Chan
ISBN: 9780345538239 0345538234
OCLC Number: 865157910
Notes: Includes reader's guide.
Description: 401 pages ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Darcie Chan.
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Having unexpectedly lost her husband and lacking the means to support herself and her two young daughters, Josie DiSanti takes refuge with her aunt in Mill River, Vermont. Thanks to Aunt Ivy, who runs the town's book shop, the community quickly come to know Josie and her girls, Rose and Emily. The sisters are inseparable growing up, but in their early college years, a tragedy tears them apart. Years later, the sisters agree to return for the reading of their mother's will, where they learn that Josie has devised a last-ditch attempt to force their reconciliation. They must move into neighboring houses for the summer and cooperate to locate the key to Josie's safe deposit box. Rose and Emily have no choice but to go along with their mother's scheme and try to find it within themselves to learn to become sisters again.

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Everyone needs a little forgiveness

by booksonthebeach (WorldCat user published 2014-08-11) Very Good Permalink

In the early 1980s, Josie DiSanti flees to Mill River with her two young daughters after they lose everything in a house fire, including Josie's husband. The trio takes refuge with Josie's aunt, a lovely, generous woman Josie barely knows, and they begin to rebuild their lives. Twenty or so...
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