Margaret Ferry

Margaret Ferry

by Mary Flynn


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In 1950s Brooklyn, Margaret Ferry’s compassion crosses the line when she stubbornly disregards the wishes of her parental aunt and uncle at a time when they are facing their own personal challenges. The theft of her uncle's valuable papers puts his job and career in great jeopardy, while her aunt is coming to terms with the heartbreaking news she received from her doctor. Compounding their struggles is Aunt Lolly, whose innocent intentions usually have disastrous results. Lolly’s gift of a beautiful vintage shawl leads to catastrophe and the unfolding of events that are inexplicable, mystifying and life-changing beyond their immediate family and neighborhood. Amid trials, tribulations and the most unexpected turn of events, this is a story of conflict and love, goodness and miracles, and a secret whose consequences are unknown until the final surprising twist.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692937204
Publisher: Mary Flynn, Author
Publication date: 10/20/2017
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.65(d)

About the Author

Mary Flynn is an award-winning author and poet. She was a full-time staff writer for Hallmark Cards, as well as a writer/editor for the leading publisher of guided reading materials used in the public school system. Her essays have appeared in The New York Times and Newsday, and her short story, Jeremiah's Orchard is published in the Saturday Evening Post Anthology of Great American Fiction. Mary was an international conference speaker for Disney, where she delivered programs on Leadership as well as Creativity and Storytelling. She writes a blog for the renowned Growing Bolder Media Group: Her book titles can be found at Mary always has fun with her audiences when she presents her "Confessions of a Hallmark Greeting Card Writer." "Margaret Ferry" is her debut novel.

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