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  • Get the Skinny on Giffort Street

    "Love is never a sin; it's a responsibility" Six short stories, only six. Connected by response to issues current for those few pages. Starting with a housekeeper who, besides being a crackerjack cook, picks up the thread lost in a family, as reliable as the elms that line Giffort Street. Meddie is simply always there, until she isn't. A couple whose life seems perfect to the world is as stuck as the two bottom drawers in an enviable Queen Anne Bedroom set, that, when finally unstuck ends a different way than expected. On to Korea and the definition of what a hero is.Who saves the hero as Dutch Elm disease begins to infiltrate the sturdiness of those reliable stalwarts along the street. On to the next war as the next generation fights to keep themselves alive, by any means possible as one by one the world kills off the constant ones. Can anyone win a fight like that? And finally, we roundabout to the one(s) left alone in the end. Can they quietly survive or must they make enough noise to be noticed in the fast changing world? Marian D Schwartz is a writer I respect. She pulls no punches as she uses a lens to look at history in a way that haunts you. I first read "Sarah Barefield", a book I have continued to highly recommend and support, and have now had the time to be swept down Giffort Street, a journey I hope everyone takes. Highly Recommended 5/5 [I received this book from the author and voluntarily read and reviewed it]

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