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    The farm

    Great book..lots of twists and turns..didn't like ending though..left me with too many unanswered questions
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    The Farm

    The Farm pits Daniel in a strange tangled web of contradictory stories from his parents who have bought a farm in her native Sweden for their retirement. Who can he believe, what is fact and what is fiction? Daniel has not had much direct involvement with his parents has he has been unsure how to share the secret of his own relationship with Mark. As their only child he is not sure how they will take the knowledge that he is gay. Daniel’s mother calls just as he is about to board a plane for Sweden in response to an earlier call from his father about his mother. His mother presents him with a detailed if somewhat fanciful account of their time on the farm in Sweden. Her story is one of intrigue and secrets, of impropriety and murder. Daniel’s father is concerned that his wife has lost touch with reality. Who is he to believe, where can he find truth? A wonderful yarn that keeps you turning the pages as Daniel listens to his mother’s story and then has to make a choice to believe it or to admit that his mother needs help. The ending of the story answers many of the questions and some of the answers lie between fact and fiction. Fictions created to protect the perpetrators of a number of incidents some criminal some to protect reputations some to do both. The last words of the story leave us hanging to know more, now that the truth is told, what next.

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