About The Taste of Air by Gail Cleare
KINDLE EBOOK FREE >> Jan. 11-15 2021 << USA Today Bestseller – Mary Reilly’s had a secret lakeside cottage in Vermont for forty years. Nell and Bridget stumble across their mother’s hideaway when she turns up in the hospital, far from home. Clues lead back to the Vietnam War, when Mary was a nurse in Saigon. Her retreat is a vault of family secrets never suspected, and the gateway to change for all three women.
“A captivating story filled with mystery, suspense, love, longing and family.”
~Readers’ Favorite (5 STARS – 2017 Book Award)
“A family saga bridging decades and filled with shocking revelations, hope and love, you won’t be able put this book down.” ~Kate Moretti, New York Times bestselling author
“This is that kind of book, one so real and important that it bears at least a second reading – after the first sinks in.”
~Grady Harp, San Francisco Review of Books (Amazon Top 100 Reviewer – 5 STARS)
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USA Today Bestselling author Gail Cleare used to write for newspapers, magazines, ad agencies, Fortune 50 companies and AOL. Now she writes fiction, and lives in the Green Mountains of Vermont with her family and dogs, cats, bears, deer, foxes, rushing streams and wide, windy skies. When she’s not writing, Gail is usually working in her organic garden or stalking wild creatures with a 300mm lens.
Cleare’s debut novel is “Destined, a Novel of the Tarot”(2010), a magic realism romance. The audiobook, featuring narrator Marnye Young, was released in early 2019. Her second novel, three-times USA Today Bestseller “The Taste of Air” (2016), is a women’s fiction family drama. It won Readers’ Favorite awards for the book, and the audiobook, and first prize for romance from the Kindle Book Review Awards. “Love & Chocolate” is a small-town culinary romance, released in 2018. It features the Dumas family and their restaurant, The Three Chocolatiers.