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After her mother tragically passes away, college professor Kate Wintle suddenly finds herself on an unexpected journey. Before beginning her sabbatical, she heads to Ireland to handle the legal matters surrounding her mother’s estate.
But upon arriving in the land her mother called home, Kate soon becomes aware that things are much different than she ever expected. To locals, Annie Glendon was not the proper Boston matron and country club member her daughter remembers. Instead, Annie was a patron of the arts—a “bon vivant” who took the Dublin art scene by storm. And that’s just the beginning of the surprising discoveries that Ireland has in store.
After discovering a letter that her mother wrote to her before her death, Kate is forced to reexamine everything as more shocking truths about her family and home life are brought to light.Soon, a simple sabbatical paves the way for life-changing adventures as Kate discovers Ireland’s thriving art and theatre community—and for the very first time in her life, experiences true mindfulness and joy.
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Author Betty Ann St. Germain spends her time writing in the seaside village of Rockport, Massachusetts. An Irish-American author, she is inspired by her family heritage—and the subtle and not-so-subtle messages passed down through generations. Sabbatical is her debut novel.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1517210984