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I liked the promise this story line held. Mystery, intriuge, family secrets. I wonder, is Susan Richards Shreve a relation to the amazing author, Anita Shreve.
So true. As a parent, it’s so scary rnizalieg that ultimately you really have little control. And, you can do everything right, make the best decisions for your children, but in the end something can still go wrong. Currently we know some parents going through this very thing. They did everything right, made all the right decisions for their teenager, yet this kid still made some grave, illegal choices. Everyone is shaking their heads, wondering why.When I was reading the book, I kept going back over the passage where Ellen kept noting the “irony” that she sent her son away to boarding school to safeguard him from harm. Only to have him commit such irresponsible, illegal acts.
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