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The sins of the mother…
In the steel town of Donora, Pennsylvania,
site of the infamous 1948 “killing smog,” headstrong nurse Rose Pavlesic
tends to her family and neighbors. Controlling and demanding, she’s
created a life that reflects everything she missed growing up as an
orphan. She’s even managed to keep her painful secrets hidden from her
loving husband, dutiful children, and large extended family.
a stagnant weather pattern traps poisonous mill gasses in the valley,
neighbors grow sicker and Rose’s nursing obligations thrust her into
conflict she never could have fathomed. Consequences from her past
collide with her present life, making her once clear decisions as gray
as the suffocating smog. As pressure mounts, Rose finds she’s not the
only one harboring lies. When the deadly fog finally clears, the loss of
trust and faith leaves the Pavlesic family—and the whole
town—splintered and shocked. With her new perspective, can Rose finally
forgive herself and let her family’s healing begin?
One Reviewer Notes:
Love love this author, I am from Pittsburgh and this author transported me right back to my steel town roots, I grew up near Ambridge, and her words rang so true. Nebby nose, gumbands and Isalys. The life of those steel workers and the grit of their lives came alive on the pages of this book. Pittsburgh had such a hard working dirty town rep and the book clearly tells the readers why. Loved Rose, saw so many women from Pittsburgh in Rose. Highly recommend this book. have read both of Shoop's books and love her style and the gritty women she writes about. keep writing Kathleen and thanks for this book
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