In 1950s Brooklyn, Margaret Ferry’s compassion crosses the line when she stubbornly disregards the wishes of her parental aunt and uncle at a time when they are facing their own personal challenges. Her uncle is dealing with the theft of his briefcase containing months of research for the newspaper expose he’s been working on, while her aunt is coming to terms with the heartbreaking news she received from her doctor.
Compounding their struggles is Aunt Lolly, whose innocent intentions usually have disastrous results. Lolly’s gift of a beautiful vintage shawl leads to series of mystifying events that take the family from conflict and catastrophe to miraculous transformation far beyond their beloved Brooklyn neighborhood. Amid tribulation and suspense, a story of love, hope and miracles.
About Mary Flynn (Orlando, Florida Author)
Mary Flynn is a gold-medal author of fiction, a poet and a former full-time writer for Hallmark Cards. Her stories are an eclectic and imaginative mix of humor, pathos and irony that explore the human experience, often with a surprising twist, across multiple genres.
Mary’s most recent release, “The Flower Cottage,” a story of love, loss, faith and renewal, has been called wondrous and inspiring. Her powerful debut novel, “Margaret Ferry,” won a gold medal in fiction, a silver medal in Christian and silver medal in religious writing. Her writing has appeared in The Sunday New York Times, and she is featured in The Saturday Evening Post Anthology of Great Fiction.
Mary currently hosts a live radio talk show that airs on Salem radio. Visit: maryflynnwrites.com