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That Summer in Franklin by Linda Hutsell-Manning
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Oct 10, 11

Read in October, 2011

Hannah and Colleen haven’t seen each other since the summer they were 15 and worked together as waitresses in an upscale hotel—the same summer a co-worker died suddenly in what was labeled an accident. Neither girl reveals either to one another or to anyone else what they overheard, which most likely would have changed the verdict to murder.

Forty years later the two meet again when Hannah’s mother and Colleen’s father are admitted to the same nursing home. Using a combination of flashbacks and poignant scenes set in the present, THAT SUMMER IN FRANKLIN shows how the two women must decide whether to finally speak up about what they witnessed and forgive themselves for the choices they’ve made ever since.
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Sheila Glad you liked Linda's book, Michelle.


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