My Husband's Sin

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Following Lillian Taylor’s burial, her four loving adult children assemble for the reading of her will. For the grieving youngest sibling, Lacey, life is about to come crashing down as a deep secret is revealed. The fall-out affects every member and they struggle to regain the happy family unit they once shared. Each of the siblings must come to terms and learn to handle this huge revelation. More

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About Mary T Bradford

Hi fellow Readers, I am an Irish author and Mum to four. My first novel, My Husband's Sin (The Lacey Taylor Story) is published with, Tirgearr Publishing Ireland. Delighted to share too that Laceys story part 2 (is also a stand alone), Don't Call Me Mum, is published with Tirgearr.
My first novella set in the American 1800, a western titled,The Runaway, is a coming of age story. My second western, a romance, again set in American 1800, Destiny, is available for you to enjoy. Novellas are great as short reads.
My adult romance (erotic) One Nght in Barcelona, is with Tirgearr Publishing, as part of their, Hot City Night Series.
My short stories have been published in both Irish and international anthologies. I have won, been short-listed and long-listed in many competitions including Fish, RTE/Penguin twice, and others. My story, The Handbag was translated into German.
I have seen my plays performed and also in staged readings. When not writing or reading, I like to crochet, knit or cross-stitch.If you wish to connect with me please do, it is always nice to chat.

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Brendan Gerad O'Brien reviewed on Sep. 11, 2014

Four siblings in a solicitor's office for the reading of their mother's will. One of them is handed an unexpected letter. Then, like a delicate Waterford wine glass that's been clinked too hard, a cobweb of cracks appear, and the family will never be the same again. A beautiful crafted story.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
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