Well and Truly

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Penguin Group USA, Jun 1, 1991 - Fiction - 400 pages
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With the sudden and unexpected death of her husband, Maggie Hatch faces a variety of other problems, including her daughter dropping out of college, and serving as a juror in a murder trial

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Well and Truly

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A coming-of-age tale whose protagonist isn't some callow youth, but a 40-ish woman who's 43-year-old orthopedist husband has just dropped dead in the Vermont town where they live. Serving as a juror ... Read full review

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I got a little too hung up on the overflowery writing, the mistakes about Vermont (supposedly the author lives in Vermont), and the grammar mistakes. I kept reading ahead to find out where the book was going, so I would know whether it was worth it to hang on. Read full review


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