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  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Family Life
  • Language:English
  • Pages:249
  • eBook ISBN:9781667886794

40 Cliff Crescent

by Barb McIntyre

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Overview
Four women provide each other with friendship, loyalty and unconditional support during a life-changing two-year period. They share extremes of happiness and grief with humour, wit, and generosity. Excerpt "On our drive through life," Pat read from her laptop screen, "many of us are forced to navigate past more than our fair share of conflicting traffic signs, take more detours, and spend more time in slow speed zones on winding roads. Only the lucky few get to speed along straight roads without stop signs." She finished reading aloud and closed the computer. "They didn't mention the big boulders that can block the road," Elizabeth answered wryly. Pat looked over at Elizabeth, and said, "I guess I'm one of the lucky ones." "No detours? No crooked roads? Not even a little boulder?" "Not really," Pat admitted.
Description
Four women provide each other with friendship, loyalty and unconditional support during a life-changing two-year period. They share extremes of happiness and grief with humour, wit, and generosity. Excerpt "On our drive through life," Pat read from her laptop screen, "many of us are forced to navigate past more than our fair share of conflicting traffic signs, take more detours, and spend more time in slow speed zones on winding roads. Only the lucky few get to speed along straight roads without stop signs." She finished reading aloud and closed the computer. "They didn't mention the big boulders that can block the road," Elizabeth answered wryly. Pat looked over at Elizabeth, and said, "I guess I'm one of the lucky ones." "No detours? No crooked roads? Not even a little boulder?" "Not really," Pat admitted.
About the author
Barb McIntyre was born in Montreal, Quebec and now lives in Kingston, Ontario. A mother, grandmother, and retired occupational therapist, she writes to legitimize her favourite hobby – daydreaming. Except for Things Are Not Always As They Seem, and Here In The Hereafter (where she explores darker themes), she writes the kind of books she likes to read; books where ordinary people finally find, if not happiness, at least contentment. She can be reached at [email protected]
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