Margo by Molly Dillon
A Blue Harbor Novel

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After her husband dies, leaving her a widow at forty-five, Margo Blair finds herself a victim of his lies and innuendos. Starting over, she sells her home and all her possessions to return to the town where she once lived as a teenager. In this quaint, seaside village, she befriends her lively neighbor, an endearing woman of eighty, who exudes energy and fun. The friendship leads to the making of a memory quilt, to long-hidden secrets, and lost loves. What will the secrets reveal? On her own for the first time, can Margo, like the proverbial caterpillar, experience a metamorphosis and transform from a shy, insecure woman into a strong, confident force? Or will the secrets destroy her? Acclaim for Margo "A must-read if you love people, quilts and chocolate." – Amanda Ashley, NY best-selling author "Molly Dillon's story, Margo, touches something in all of us. I wasn't satisfied until I'd read the last page." – Judy McAllister, author of Flyer "A rich story of love, friendship, and courage..." – Carol Amato, author and publisher "Margo roped in this cowboy on page one. It's the kind of story that warms the heart." – Mart Shaughnessy, author of Palomino Days

About Molly Dillon

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After spending sixty-five years being an avid reader of every book she could get her hands on, Molly Dillon decided it was time to write her own.So, upon her retirement from thirty years as an executive secretary, she took pen in hand and started writing.Her first published work, an article on antiquing, appeared in the August, 2004, issue of Plus Magazine. She has since completed two books and is working on her third.Molly lives in Corona, California, with her husband, Bill.
Published December 23, 2011 by Rebecca J. Vickery. 220 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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