The Four Ms. Bradwells by Meg Waite Clayton
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BONUS: This edition contains a The Four Ms. Bradwells discussion guide and excerpts from Meg Waite Clayton's The Wednesday Sisters, The Language of Light, and The Wednesday Daughters.

Mia, Laney, Betts, and Ginger have reunited to celebrate Betts’s appointment to the Supreme Court. But when Senate hearings uncover a deeply buried skeleton in the friends’ collective closet, they retreat to a summer house on the Chesapeake Bay, where they find themselves reliving a much darker period in their past—one that stirs up secrets they’ve kept for, and from, one another, and could change their lives forever.

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About Meg Waite Clayton

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MEG WAITE CLAYTON is the nationally bestselling author of The Four Ms. Bradwells, The Wednesday Sisters, and The Language of Light. Her essays and stories have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Forbes, Runner's World, Writer's Digest and public radio. A graduate of the University Michigan Law School, she lives with her family in Palo Alto.














Author Residence: Palo Alto, CA














Author Hometown: Washington, DC
 
Published March 22, 2011 by Ballantine Books. 370 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Amazingly, Betts leaves her advisors (and White House contacts) behind to spend the weekend with her friends, hiding out at the very house where the death occurred: Chawterley, Ginger’s family’s vacation estate on an island in Chesapeake Bay.

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Mia, Laney, Betts and Ginger met during their first year of law school, back at a time when women were just breaking into some otherwise all-male dominions.

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The 1982 class at the University of Michigan Law School included four women — Beth, Faith, Laney and Ginger — who remained lifelong friends.

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