Growth Marks

Growth Marks This is a not really a crime story by my definition of crime stories no murder, no theft, only the secrets of a grief stricken mother s heart but it was enough of a domestic puzzler that Nancy Pickard selected it for her anthology, Mom, Apple Pie, and Murder. Best Download Books Growth Marks by Margaret Maron –

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Growth Marks  By Margaret Maron IBN :  Format : Kindle Edition –
  • Kindle Edition
  • 21 pages
  • Growth Marks
  • Margaret Maron
  • English
  • 07 September 2018

10 thoughts on “Growth Marks

  1. Evelyn says:

    An interesting study between a son and his mother Satisfying ending.

  2. Julieb says:

    Loved this short story We also have growth marks on our hall closet door Every grandchild loves comparing their lines with their parents This is a memorable story in many ways.

  3. Kathy Nealen says:

    Touching non mystery short story about the changes one makes in life as time goes on, including some resolution of difficult issues.

  4. Carol says:

    I came to know this author from the Deborah Knott mysteries about a judge in North Carolina It starts with The Bootlegger s Daughter when she runs for this office I like Maron s style of writing, and it is evocative of the eastern half of the state for me I live in NC, and not in that part It seems, however, to ring true There are some books or chapters that relateto the mountains, my favorite part of the state although I liv...

  5. Debra says:

    A nice short story from Margaret Maron, not really a mystery although it does deal with death and guilt One of the reasons I love digital books is finding these gems, often at no charge, brought back and published separately.

  6. Ashley Cox says:

    Classic storytelling from Maron I love her vivid exploration of the characters living and dead in only a few short pages The house which is the primary setting of the book becomes it s own character as well throughout Grace s telling of her life Great work

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