This is my second book by Ansay. She does cover the same topics as "Vinegar Hill" of Dysfunctional family, esp. the Father (holy cow!), women breaking out of traditional roles with the mix of the Church and faith in the mix. However, the situation was so different that it was still suspensful and interesting. It dealt with any individual and their rights to be themselves in that Sam, the brother, was not allowed by the father to be himself . Another topic was how many of us "white wash" the past, esp. "saintifying" (a made up word?) someone who has died or otherwise not around any more.
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