After spending sixty-five years being an avid reader of every book she could get her hands on, Molly Dillon decided it was time to write her own.
So, upon her retirement from thirty years as an executive secretary, she took pen in hand and started writing.
Her first published work, an article on antiquing, appeared in the August, 2004, issue of Plus Magazine. She has since completed two books and is working on her third.
Molly lives in Corona, California, with her husband, Bill.
Where to buy in print
In the quaint seaside town of Blue Harbor, Frankie stumbles upon a friendly American Eskimo dog that leads him to a new family. But will Frankie stay or are his Mafia roots so deep they lead him back to Chicago? Frankie is a deeply moving and sometimes funny story of love, tragedy, and secrets.
A Blue Harbor Novel - Widowed at forty-five, Margo Blair sells her home to return to the town where she once lived as a teenager. She befriends her new neighbor and, with her encouragement, begins a memory quilt. Painful secrets, hidden grief, and lost love are revealed as Margo pieces together the remnants of her life. Will a stronger woman emerge or will the secrets and grief destroy her?
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