In early 1974, a pregnant Andrea Steedman leaves
home to conceal the birth of her daughter Mary
Therese. A few months after she has given birth,
depressed and confused, she agrees to an adoption
under highly irregular circumstances.
Twenty two years later on her deathbed, Andrea
reveals the existence of her daughter to her wealthy brother Warwick, who promises to find Mary Therese.
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About the Author
John Kelly is 70, married with two children, three grand-children, and lives in Melbourne, Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Communication degree majoring in journalism and media studies. He relishes speaking out on issues that effect the direction humanity is taking, doesn't mind supporting lost causes, and has more recently become a prolific writer. He is a regular writer for The Australian Independent Media Network. John is the author of four novels, 'Satan's Little Helpers', 'Andrea's Secret', 'Saints and Relics' and most recently, 'Hiroshima Sunset'. A fifth book, "An Accidental Atheist" a memoir, is also now available.