From that simple start is develops into a moving and funny story. It's well written making it an easy read and my usual editing eye didn't intrude at all. Highly recommended.
When it's Maureen's turn to chair the local book group meeting, choosing a new outfit turns out to be the least of her worries. A secret confided in Maureen by a fellow reader impacts on her life greatly over the following year. Then comes a revelation which could change the way Maureen lives her life altogether.
The disaster-prone Maureen, recently recovered from her comic mishaps in Venice, stars in a story that is both hilarious and heartbreaking.
A novella of ~18,500 words. This is the second to be published in the Maureen series, but the book can be read as a standalone story.
I've just started reading The Showing by Will Macmillan Jones so expect my thoughts on this book soon.