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 Readers, I am a published short story writer, novelist and playwright. I have had stories accepted in both Irish and international anthologies. I completed my first novel, My Husband's Sin which was published with Tirgearr Publishing Ireland. I was thrilled to see my work taken on. It boosted my confidence with my writing. Delighted to share that the sequel to my novel is almost here. Don't Call Me Mum, is due for publication in late spring of 2018.
My first novella set in the American 1800's, with a western feel to it, titled, The Runaway, and is a coming of age style story. it was brought out under the group of writers. My second western, a romance, again set in the American 1800's, Destiny, is due out. I then tried my hand at adult romance and had my first erotic/adult romance launched with Tirgearr Publishing, as part of their Hot City Night Series, my novella is called One Night In Barcelona.
I have seen my plays performed and also in staged readings. When not writing or reading, I like to crochet.

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Review by: Brendan Gerad O'Brien 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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