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    A good, fast read!

    The Secrets of Willow House is a modern Irish tale set in Kerry, in the NW sector, peopled with characters who share with you their secrets and strengths. I adored Maeve and her Aunt Phil, as well as Oliver Taylor and Paschal - the ladies have excellent taste and even better luck - but it takes a bit of doing to get them on the right track. But is the right track headed right through Sandy Cove, or is it in the more entertaining, fast-paced London? And who are Betsy Malone and Fanny l'Amour? What role did they play in the last days in the life of Uncle Joe? Susanne O'Leary is an author I will watch for, one I am pleased to refer to friends and family. Her descriptive passages about Kerry and the Skellig Islands had gotten them added to that old bucket list. I received a free electronic copy of this Irish novel from Netgalley, Susanne O'Leary, and Bookouture in exchange for an honest review. Thank you all for sharing your hard work with me.
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    Loved this book!

    Secrets of Willow House is completely delightful! Forced by her doctor to take a vacation or risk a heart attack, interior designer, Maeve goes to Ireland to visit her Aunt Philomena. Phil, as she is known, asks Maeve for help sorting out her late husband’s computer files and help her determine where the money in that secret bank account came from. Just what was her uncle up to in his retirement? The answer it would seem is quite a lot...but I give no spoilers. Along the way Maeve meets some very interesting people that bring a new perspective into her busy life. Readers also become surrounded by the sounds, smells, and traditions of Ireland, always a plus. This is a well written story with developed, relatable characters, and I greatly appreciated the lack of major angst that can bog down otherwise good stories. In short, I totally enjoyed the time spent reading. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book. Most highly recommend.

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