Daughter Am I

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When twenty-five-year-old Mary Stuart learns she inherited a farm from her recently murdered grandparents - grandparents her father claimed had died before she was born - she becomes obsessed with finding out who they were and why someone wanted them dead. Along the way she accumulates a crew of feisty octogenarians - former gangsters and friends of her grandfather. She meets and falls in love Tim Olson, whose grandfather shared a deadly secret with her great-grandfather. Now Mary and Tim need to stay one step ...
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Overview

When twenty-five-year-old Mary Stuart learns she inherited a farm from her recently murdered grandparents - grandparents her father claimed had died before she was born - she becomes obsessed with finding out who they were and why someone wanted them dead. Along the way she accumulates a crew of feisty octogenarians - former gangsters and friends of her grandfather. She meets and falls in love Tim Olson, whose grandfather shared a deadly secret with her great-grandfather. Now Mary and Tim need to stay one step ahead of the killer who is desperate to dig up that secret.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935171195
  • Publisher: Second Wind Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/13/2009
  • Pages: 306
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.64 (d)

Meet the Author

Pat Bertram is a native of Colorado and a lifelong resident. When the traditional publishers stopped publishing her favorite type of book -- character and story driven novels that can't easily be slotted into a genre -- she decided to write her own. More Deaths Than One and A Spark of Heavenly Fire are Bertram's first two novels.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2014

    Highly Recommended

    This was a great book! Its plot moved along at a good pace and kept you wondering what was going to happen next. I enjoyed watching the main character change and develop as a person in the midst of her adventure. The other characters were a real stitch!

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  • Posted December 29, 2012

    An enjoyable story with instantly likeable characters

    In Daughter Am I, Pat Bertram has created an entertaining tale of friendship, discovery, and mystery filled with diverse characters who are instantly likeable. Not only does she bring to life the past world of the gangster era in the current age where it is mostly forgotten, she also reminds us through her elderly cast just how closely linked the past and present really are.


    Mary Stuart received a letter from a lawyer that would change her life. She learns that not only did her parents lie to her about her grandparents having died many years before, but also that those grandparents have just passed away and left her everything.

    She immediately learns that her grandparents were murdered!

    Driven by curiosity and perhaps a sense of self loss and the lack of direction her life has, Mary is drawn into the intrigue of finding out who these people were who her father denied her for her whole life, and the possibility of solving the mystery of their murders.

    Mary begins to follow a trail she picks up at her grandparents farm, one that leads her back through their life by finding people who had once known them and finds herself travelling with an unlikely group of relics from a past era. Each stop they make in the search for truth ads another elderly person to her crew. They seem more interested in breaking the boredom of their lives and the excitement of sneaking off on a road trip than anything and yet hold the key to the secret of her grandparent’s murder.

    With colourful characters, leftovers from the long gone age of the gangsters, including Lefty, Teach, Happy, Lila, and more at her side, Mary finds more than just answers. She finds more questions and love, and a direction for her life.

    Daughter Am I is published by Second Wind Publishing, LLC.

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  • Posted December 3, 2011

    What a road trip

    DAUGHTER AM I¿PAT BERTRAM-KINDLE EDTION.
    Mary Stuart has grandparents or had grandparents, but they were murdered and she has inherited their farm. It seems that due to family politics her dad disowned his parents¿ years before. Mary discovers a little black book in her grandfather¿s possessions and finds a ragtag bunch of former mobsters who Mary takes on and makes friends with ¿Sounds like a trip down the yellow brick road at first but turns into a rousing adventure to find the hidden gold from a long ago robbery. Their prime nemesis in this case is a gold obsessed murderer following them. The long and short of the story is they find the gold and dispense with the bad guy and end up turning the farm into a working retirement haven for old mobsters.
    I found this book to have a really neat concept to it. Most people boo anything to do with mafia or anything criminal. In this case these characters are lovable octogenarians on a last adventure for buried gold and who provide our heroine with insight to what her grandfather was like. Ms. Bertram has written characters you can cheer on and hope the best for. There is a little bit of everything for everyone in DAUGHTER AM I; humor, adventure, insight and a love story when Mary meets Tim. I recommend this book to anyone who loves a good road trip story. I GIVE DAUGHTER AM I FIVE GOLD BARS.

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