Dear friends of the Wordspinner’s Place,
What good is a front cover without it’s mate- the back cover.
Here’s the BC for SIBLINGS:
The Symington Parents . . .
Marilyn Symington strives to be a good mother and the family peacemaker,
but when lingering health issues send her to her husband’s business partner
Dr. John Hazleton, she is drawn into an illicit relationship which threatens
the foundation of everything she’s built.
Ronald Symington is a well respected doctor, but he is burdened by problems
at the Symington Medical Center and growing family friction, with only the
apparition of his late father to rely on for advice. Looking for leverage, Ron
hires a PI to investigate his uncooperative partner, but what will he do with
the shocking secret he discovers?
The Symington Children . . .
Richard, the oldest of the Symington offspring, followed Ronald into medicine,
but he can’t escape living in his father’s shadow. He also has a secret gambling
addiction which leads him into performing illegal abortions to pay off his debts,
though he tries to convince himself that he’s helping his patients —prostitutes—
by saving them from back-alley butchers.
Wilson, is a true middle child, lost in the shuffle, fighting for recognition and
approval and always feeling that he is coming up short. After falling in with
drug dealers and spending time in prison, he is now seeking redemption by
secretly working with the FBI to catch the real offenders.
Maggie, the youngest is a Registered Nurse, but she is always looking for
something more, something . . .exciting. She and her lover experiment with
exotic drugs and sexual fantasies, until one particular fantasy turns terrifying,
forcing her to reexamine her priorities.
Can the damaged family which found its wealth and
social standing in medicine somehow heal and find peace?
Or are their sins too numerous and egregious to forgive?
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That’s going to have to hold you for a while. Release date is August 11th, but if I get anything else to show you before then, I’ll do it here.
My best to you.
Ken (The Wordspinner)