A Field Guide to Burying your Parents

A Field Guide to Burying your Parents

Large Print - 2010
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Grace Hawkes has not spoken to her once tight-knit family since her mother's sudden death five years ago. Her father walked out on them when she was thirteen, so she and her two brothers and sister had bonded even more closely with their mother. Grace is doing her best to live her life apart from them all when her estranged father has a stroke. Her siblings are adamant that she come home, and when Grace finally realizes that she's abandoning her family exactly as her father did years ago, she prepares to go home for the first time since her mother died.

Inside the hospital walls, tensions run high as Grace reconnects with her family and they all meet their father's second wife. As the siblings unravel the manipulative deceptions of the second Mrs. Hawkes, they band together and re-learn what it means to be a family.

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Large Print, 2010
Edition: Center Point Large Print edition
ISBN: 9781602856950
Branch Call Number: FICTION Pal
Description: 407 pages (large print) ; 23 cm


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