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Book Review: Necessary Lies by Diane Chamberlain

This was a wonderful book that covers the very controversial topic of the North Carolina Eugenics Program which lasted until the 1970s; longer than any other state in the nation.   586 more words

The Midwife's Confession by Diane Chamberlain

Pages: 417 pages
Genre: General Fiction
Goodreads Rating: 4.04 ★
My Rating: 3.6 ★

The unfinished letter is the only clue Tara and Emerson have to the reason behind their close friend Noelle’s suicide. 368 more words

Diane Chamberlain Author Event

Hearing a published author speak is one of my favorite things to do. I had the opportunity to attend a presentation by Diane Chamberlain yesterday afternoon at the Ashe County Public Library in West Jefferson, North Carolina. 398 more words

October Book Reveal: The Silent Sister

The Silent Sister by Diane Chamberlain

Riley MacPherson has spent her entire life believing that her older sister Lisa committed suicide as a teenager. It was a belief that helped shape her own childhood and that of her brother. 165 more words

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The Midwife’s Confession by Diane Chamberlain

“I don’t know how to tell you what I did.” This is the start of a letter a midwife writes before her suicide. Her two best friends are going through her things and they discover a terrible secret that will destroy everything it touches because the author wants to shoe horn as much tragedy and drama into one book as possible. 298 more words

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Book Review: The Silent Sister by Diane Chamberlain

The Silent Sister by Diane Chamberlain is a solid read. From the first page, I wanted more. Every chapter is well written and keeps the wheels of interest turning steadily as the mystery unfolds. 115 more words

Keeper of the light - Diane Chamberlain

I won’t lie, this took me an age to get into for one reason or another but I like to finish books I’ve started and after reading the midwife’s confession (also by Diane Chamberlain) and really enjoying that, I wanted to persevere and I’m glad I did. 89 more words

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