INDIAN SUMMER by Marcia Willett Out Now

This is at it’s heart the story of a family, one that is both blood and the close friends who become as close or closer than your blood relatives over time.  At it’s center is Mugo who was given a place on the family estate even though is father left it all to his brother who has quietly kept it afloat all these years, but as the brothers age and move into the later part of their lives their roles change and the future seems uncertain.  The story weaves between the present and the past which is a story setup that I enjoy and the characters are memorable and warm and when you finish you feel  like you are leaving behind a small town full for friends.

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