Trail of Secrets by Eileen Goudge

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A sudden pregnancy forces a young woman to confront the truth about her family’s dark past
Ellie Nightingale moved to New York in the early 1970s, a scared country girl with a newborn, no money, and no one to run to but her sister, a prostitute with a couch to spare. Ellie worked as hard as she could, determined to make a good life for her child, but one day the baby disappeared—kidnapped and handed over to a wealthy Connecticut couple. Skyler Sutton has grown up with riding lessons, fine clothes, and no idea that the people who raised her aren’t her real parents. But when an accidental pregnancy forces her into the same desperate circumstances her own mother was in when she gave birth to her, Skyler is finally brought face-to-face with her past. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Eileen Goudge including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.
 

About Eileen Goudge

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Eileen Goudge is the author of several New York Times bestsellers, including Trail of Secrets, Thorns of Truth, One Last Dance, and The Second Silence, available from Brilliance Audio. Several of her novels were book club main selections. She lives in Manhattan with her husband, radio journalist Sandy Kenyon.
 
Published November 29, 2011 by Open Road Media. 528 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The bonds of motherhood are yanked, twisted and stressed to the breaking point in Goudge's brazenly manipulative new novel (after Blessing in Disguise, 1994), which follows the fates of Ellie Porter Nightingale and the infant daughter stolen from her in 1972 in N.Y.C.

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The story kicks off with a baby being stolen from a tenement flat, moves on to a beautiful blonde growing up in Connecticut horse country and lurches improbably to a downtown Manhattan courtroom where another baby is being fought over—a baby whose true identity is known only to one guilt-ridden a...

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