Seeing in the Dark by Judith Peck
Arielle's Story

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Arielle achieves success in her profession as an electrical engineer but the tension between her polarized worlds of work and family mount with upheavals in her marriage and choices made by her two children. Arielle's journey of love, loyalty, loss and betrayal is hers alone but ultimately shared by ordinary and extraordinary women anywhere, who meeting the challenges in their personal lives are quiet revolutionaries, helping to change other lives forever.

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Published November 23, 2011 by Wasteland Press. 484 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Arielle copes with not only Stuart’s but their children’s bad decisions and the turmoil they create—all of which Stuart blames on Arielle because he apparently had no role in their upbringing.

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