The liberation of Brigid Dunne

2020, Large Print Book , 582 pages (large print) ;
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Summary/Review: "Marie-Claire has just made the shocking discovery that her boyfriend and business partner is cheating on her. Reeling, she leaves Toronto for Ireland more...
Summary/Review: "Marie-Claire has just made the shocking discovery that her boyfriend and business partner is cheating on her. Reeling, she leaves Toronto for Ireland just in time to celebrate her great-aunt Reverend Mother Brigid's eightieth birthday. It's a long-awaited reunion for her family, bringing her mother Keelin and grandmother Imelda-who have never quite gotten along-together as well. Then all hell breaks loose. Bitter, jealous Imelda makes a startling revelation at the party that forces them all to confront their pasts and face the truths that have shaped their lives. With four fierce, opinionated women in one family, will they ever be able to find common ground and move forward?"--Provided by publisher.
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