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The Last Merry Go Round

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When fear underlines the answer, Y E S becomes a trap with ominous consequences.

There are three letters when put together that can change your life—they can either bring happiness or sadness. The letters spell the word Y – E – S. When spoken lovingly, Y E S means everything. When fear underlies the answer, Y E S becomes a trap with ominous consequences.

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Kindle Edition, 254 pages
Published November 1st 2019 by Mirador Publishing
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Bonnie
Nov 18, 2019 rated it liked it
Diane Fletcher has a lot of issues. Married right out of high school, into a family of great wealth, she loves her husband and her daughters. She is also afraid every minute of her life. She relies on alcohol, sedatives, and a psychiatrist that may or may not be helping her. Richard, her husband, has his own coping mechanisms.

There is more than one secret in this family, and those secrets in end will make them or break them. Does Diane have the courage of her convictions? What about Helen, her
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Nov 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
One of the best things about my job as a professional editor and proofreader, is that I get to read books in genres that I would never otherwise consider and are quite some way outside my comfort zone. The last merry go round by C.L. Charlesworth is definitely one such book.

This is not a book that I would normally have picked up off a shelf in a book store and I am very lucky that instead this author approached me as a potential client. Had she not done so, I in all likelihood would never have
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I have the gift of imagination and that has been a beacon all my life. I’m fortunate to be able to take a blank piece of paper and create a page turning story that evokes a wide array of human drama. I’m inspired by the simplest–to the most complex challenge a person can face, and with that, derive empathy for my characters. I would best describe myself as a “back porch storyteller”–
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