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The Captains Daughter
by Meg Mitchell Moore

Book Review by - Linda
Who hasn’t at some point wondered, what if I have done things differently, taken another path on life’s journey? Eliza, years after she marries and moves away, begins to question what her life would look like had she stayed in her hometown. This book explores life in a small coastal Maine town and contrasts it to the more affluent life of a metropolitan area. Having lived in Maine, I have to say Meg Mitchell Moore captured the down to earth attitude and lifestyle of New England. She also captured the concept of being true to oneself and beautifully explores family relationships, coming to terms with a sick, elderly parent and juggling responsibilities. She touches on motherhood and marital issues. Recommend.Back.

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