“Secrets of Flight” by Maggie Leffler

“Secrets of Flight” by Maggie Leffler was a surprise novel for me.  I wasn’t enamored of the book at the beginning, but as I read further I found that I was drawn in to the story of Mary Browning.  Knowing that at her age anything could happen and compelled to tell her story, she hires a young writer to write her biography.  The secrets and actions of her past show how society’s prejudices can change a person’s outlook on their heritage and cause chaos in their life.  Mary is not who she seems.  Secrets abound and the results of those secrets are sad.  But Mary has some surprises coming yet and you will want to read until the very end to find the forgiveness and happiness that Mary finds.

I received a print copy of this book from Night Owl Reviews.com in return for my honest review.


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