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A mother's courage will change the life of her child and avenge long-hidden crimes. Dark lies from the past intersect with a woman’s courage in the present in A Frame for Flowers. Kate Bruno’s life in a marriage to an abusive and dangerous man is brightened only by her son, her best friend, and her devotion to her garden. The Boston, Massachusetts native is biding her time until her child is old enough to be on his own, rather than drag him through a divorce. Kate is a prisoner in her own life, and a far cry from the carefree spirit she once was. When a routine doctor’s visit instead offers a shattering cancer diagnosis, Kate’s world slowly begins to unravel. But in her darkest hours a new courage takes hold, like the roots of the strongest roses in her garden. Just when things seem at their bleakest, Kate devises a plan to make it all right. She sows the seeds of fate to assure that there is justice in the world for a nearly forgotten murder, even if it costs her everything. She discovers a courage she didn’t know she possessed, and she learns that a mother’s love and the quest for righteousness know no limits. Sean Storin masterfully weaves a mystery through the prose of this gripping first novel about having the faith to make things right no matter the sacrifice.

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