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A Very Public Scandal by Jennifer Bacia
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Jan 13, 2012

it was amazing
Read in January, 2012

Spanning two generations, a skillfully crafted thriller

It has been a long time since I’ve read as skillfully crafted a complex thriller as this one. Jennifer Bacia has even been likened to Sidney Sheldon by some, and now I understand why.

The story involves first a troubled marriage beset by interference and opposition from a wealthy manipulative mother-in-law and hidden family secrets. The daughter of this union, years later, has to grapple with the consequences of her origins and upbringing, troubled by both the apparent conflicts and by those which remain below the surface.

The unfolding of what happens next involve serious life changing legal consequences, difficult morally challenging choices, and a host of plot twists which are a roller coaster ride for the reader.

The daughter is an amazing character with character and courage that exemplify the most admirable kind of woman. The ending of this one will blow you away, guaranteed.

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