Husbands May Come and Go but Friends Are Forever by Judith Marshall

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The story takes place in Northern California, in the spring of 2000, when the dot-com boom was at its peak. Elizabeth Reilly-Hayden is a successful executive in her late fifties and a divorced mother of two. Emotionally armored and living alone, she wants only to maintain the status quo: her long-term significant other, her job, and her trusted friends—five feisty women whose high school friendship has carried them through multiple marriages, dramatic divorces, and maddening menopause. Yet in a matter of days, the three anchors that have kept her moored are ripped away. The group of lifelong pals gathers at Lake Tahoe to attend to the funeral arrangements of their beloved friend and tries to unravel the mystery of her death. Through their shared tragedy, Elizabeth learns how disappointment and grief can bloom into healing and hope.

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Judith Marshall (St. Petersburg, FL) has a BA in history, an MA in linguistics, and a lifelong passion for the paranormal. Her personal encounters with the spirit world sparked more than twenty-five years of research into spiritual metaphysics.
Published September 1, 2009 by Kelso Books. 443 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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Many that read the title may assume that “Husbands May Come and Go but Friends are Forever” is a story that does not focus on husbands and boyfriends, but it isn’t.

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