Miracle Beach

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Penguin, Aug 2, 2011 - Fiction - 352 pages
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In a stirring debut novel, the discovery of a husband's troubling secrets after his death shakes his wife's faith in their marriage and herself.

Macy Allen, an accomplished equestrienne, has relied on her horses and her husband, Nash, to pull her through. But after Nash dies in a tragic accident, Macy learns devastating secrets about his life that rock her belief in their marriage and herself. Nash's mother, Magda, blames Macy for her only son's death. When her husband, Jack, moves to Vancouver Island in a desperate attempt to feel closer to the son he's lost and never really knew, Magda's bitterness threatens to alienate the people she needs most. As this unlikely family questions how well they knew Nash and what love really means, still another surprise awaits them-an irrepressible child who will overturn all their expectations...
  

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User Review  - Jenny - Goodreads

I just finished this book today and I really enjoyed it. Erin celello has a really good writing style and I thought it was a great story of a family figuring their lives out after the death of a loved one. I'm looking forward to reading her next book! Read full review

Review: Miracle Beach

User Review  - Goodreads

I just finished this book today and I really enjoyed it. Erin celello has a really good writing style and I thought it was a great story of a family figuring their lives out after the death of a loved one. I'm looking forward to reading her next book! Read full review

Contents

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Chapter Three
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Chapter Eight
Chapter
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fifteen
Chapter Eighteen
Epilogue
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About the author (2011)

Erin Celello was born in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, where she earned an MFA in fiction from Northern Michigan University. She now lives in Wisconsin with her husband and young son.

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