To be released December 6, 2017.
eBook pre-order now available.
Print copies available December 1st from Amazon.com — sorry, no pre-order available.
Twelve years after the Halifax Explosion, the Sullivans still feel the effects of the devastation every single day.
When nineteen-year-old Dolly Sullivan takes a job at the Moir’s chocolate factory and starts spending her evenings in a blind pig, her staunchly Catholic mother looks the other way. But when Dolly comes home pregnant by a wealthy young man who is unable to marry her, Gladys Sullivan hatches a plan to keep her family intact and their reputations in the clear.
Meanwhile, William Cromwell, the baby’s father, is discovering that married life is not at all what he bargained for.
Years of lies and betrayal by both Dolly and William come to a head as Dolly frantically searches for her rebellious daughter on the streets of downtown Halifax during the VE Day riots.
Pot of Gold is the story of two families, intertwined, both suffering loss and tragedy, and how they deal with these obstacles in an era where appearances and reputation can cause ruin and humiliation, regardless of what part of town you come from.
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