D'Amour Road

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Lulu Enterprises Incorporated, 2005 - Drama - 192 pages
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Tara Richards is approaching 40. The thought fills her with dread. She is unhappy with her job as a rehabilitation nurse and disenchanted with her marriage, but lacks the courage to make a major life change. When her best friend Lisa disappears, Tara's life is thrown into turmoil. Has Lisa jeopardized her sobriety by going on a drinking binge, or has she been harmed by her partner, who has a history of battering? Tara joins a massive search for her friend in conjunction with the police, her colourful women's collective, and a 24-year-old man, whom she finds particularly captivating. D'Amour Road explores themes as diverse as women's friendships, male violence, wrongful convictions, addictions, cultural biases against aging, and infidelity. With pathos and humour, social activist Sigrid Macdonald draws us into the world of a quirky and imminently likable Canadian woman, whose life is about to be irrevocably changed.

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User Review  - Florence Lyon - Goodreads

I finished reading D'Amour Road in only three days. It had been a while since I could pick this book up due to the subject matter of domestic violence and missing women. I am relieved that there were ... Read full review

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User Review  - Margaret Stoddart - Goodreads

Like reading one's own diary...a middle aged woman in the throws of a life review. Easy to identify with her and understand her struggle. You want to keep reading to find out how your own life turns ... Read full review

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