Read Bringing Maggie Home Online Free - Decades of Loss, an Unsolved Mystery,
and a Rift Spanning Three Generations
Hazel DeFord is a woman haunted by her past. While berry picking in a blackberry thicket in 1943, ten-year old Hazel momentarily turns her back on her three-year old sister Maggie and the young girl disappears.
Almost seventy years later, the mystery remains unsolved and the secret guilt Hazel carries has alienated her from her daughter Diane, who can’t understand her mother’s overprotectiveness and near paranoia. While Diane resents her mother’s inexplicable eccentricities, her daughter Meghan—a cold case agent—cherishes her grandmother’s lavish attention and affection.
When a traffic accident forces Meghan to take a six-week leave-of-absence to recover, all three generations of DeFord women find themselves unexpectedly under the same roof. Meghan knows she will have to act as a mediator between the two headstrong and contentious women. But when they uncover Hazel’s painful secret, will Meghan also be able to use her investigative prowess to solve the family mystery and help both women recover all that’s been lost?
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July 07, 2017
by Andrea Renee Cox
I've been a fan of Kim Vogel Sawyer's for a long time now. When I found out she was stepping into new-to-her territory with Bringing Maggie Home, I was immediately excited. It can sometimes be a rough transition for authors when they branch out into different genres from their...
August 25, 2017
New favorite! Preorder now! :)
August 25, 2017
A hint of mystery. A hint of intrigue. A hint of bitterness. A hint of romance. This seemed to be the perfect balance of all of that. What is best is that there was way more than a hint of faith and Christianity. From the first few chapters, characters with strong faith in God crossed the pages....
October 17, 2017
*** I received this book by Litfuse Blogger Program in exchanged for an honest review, thank you so much to Waterbrook Press for giving me the opportunity to read and review Bringing Maggie Home! ***
Ohhh My I really don't know what to write down for this review because I don't think I can describ...
August 29, 2017
This was such a fantastic and memorable read. I loved Hazel and sweet Meghan. I was sad and hurt and I wanted to stop reading this book. But I had to know what was going to happen next. I am here to tell you, YOU will love this book. You will be on the edge of your seat trying to find out what's...
September 09, 2017
Fair warning: this book has left me so happy and joyfully speechless that there is no possible way this review will come anywhere even close to doing this incredible book justice!
This is my first time reading a book by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can tell you right now that it will not be my last! I...
September 07, 2017
What a powerful page turning read, one that started so innocently with a berry picking trip, a trip that dictates the rest of their lives.
The Author has us walking in three different women’s shoes, Grandmother, Mother, and Daughter, and how one act affects each one through decades, and actually f...
September 01, 2017
Bringing Maggie Home: A Novel by [Vogel Sawyer, Kim]It has been a while since I have read a novel by Kim Vogel Sawyer. I am so glad that I picked up this book. It was like seeing a friend who you haven't seen for a long time.
In Bringing Maggie Home, the main character is Hazel DeFord. When she w...
October 02, 2017
After reading so many wonderful reviews of this book, I was delighted to get my hands on it and read it myself. I enjoyed it. It took a little more effort to read as I had to keep switching from point of view, to point of view and the names would change (Grandma and Mom, to Mom and Meghan, or som...
October 02, 2017
Why I Choose this Book:
I've read other books by the author that I've greatly enjoyed, therefore I wanted to read this one of hers.
What I Thought about this Book:
I'm sorry folks, but this book was just not my cup of tea.... It has 90% 5-star ratings on Amazon, so obviously, I'm a minority here, a...