The family inheritance / Tricia Stringer.

By: Stringer, Tricia, 1956- [author.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Chatswood, NSW : HQ Fiction, an imprint of Harlequin Books, 2020Description: 480 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781489270825; 1489270825Subject(s): Family secrets -- Fiction | Inheritance and succession -- Fiction | Interpersonal relations -- FictionGenre/Form: Australian fiction -- 21st century. | Domestic fiction. DDC classification: A823.4 Summary: Sometimes an ending is really a beginning. Felicity Lewis's fiftieth birthday party in her newly renovated home, loving husband and daughter Greta by her side, is going off with a bang when disaster strikes. Her father, Franklyn, with his usual impeccable timing, has keeled over and died. For some members of the family, his wife Hazel for example, Franklyn's death is not the great loss it first appears to be. But when his toxic and inexplicable will is read out, it becomes clear that long-buried secrets are about to surface, starting with the astonishing reappearance of Hazel's long-lost sister. Indeed, Franklyn's death sets in motion a chain of events that will cause three generations of Gifford family women to question everything they hold dear, their relationships, their loyalties, even their identities. Until, that is, they choose to fight back against their dark inheritance.
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Sometimes an ending is really a beginning. Felicity Lewis's fiftieth birthday party in her newly renovated home, loving husband and daughter Greta by her side, is going off with a bang when disaster strikes. Her father, Franklyn, with his usual impeccable timing, has keeled over and died. For some members of the family, his wife Hazel for example, Franklyn's death is not the great loss it first appears to be. But when his toxic and inexplicable will is read out, it becomes clear that long-buried secrets are about to surface, starting with the astonishing reappearance of Hazel's long-lost sister. Indeed, Franklyn's death sets in motion a chain of events that will cause three generations of Gifford family women to question everything they hold dear, their relationships, their loyalties, even their identities. Until, that is, they choose to fight back against their dark inheritance.

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