Friday, August 9, 2013

{Book Review} "Marcie" by Carly M. Duncan

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Book Description:

When Kate’s mother, Marcie, dies mysteriously she is forever tormented by the many questions surrounding her mother’s death. In Marcie’s absence Kate clings to her mother’s husbands, searching for solace.

As family secrets are revealed Kate works to build her own life and family, but the mystery of her mother’s death sidetracks her until she finally gets the answer she’s always hoped for.

About the Author, Carly M. Duncan:

Carly M. Duncan is a television producer by day and a writer whenever there is time. She loves baking, scripted television and is working on easing her addiction to her too-smart-phone. She lives with her husband, two daughters and beloved Westie in Brooklyn, New York.

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Carly M. Duncan pens "Marcie" in a fast paced plot filled with emotions. I truly thought this book was going to be all about the mystery of the death of a young girls mother, but what I found was a moving story of how the girl finds her way through the grief and heartache of losing her mother and how her love endures throughout it all. Between the well written plot and the author's strong characters, I found myself totally captivated and would highly recommend this to all.

I give "Marcie" a 5 star rating.

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