A heart-gripping, emotional story that covers three generations of DeFord women and a mystery dating back to when matriarch, Hazel DeFord, was a ten-year-old girl. Kim Vogel Sawyer weaves a story throughout the book surrounding the mysterious disappearance of Hazel's younger sister, Maggie, while picking blackberries. Hazel has never told her daughter or her granddaughter about Maggie that is until her granddaughter stumbles upon some old photographs while putting together a scrapbook for Hazel. Through the journey of trying to find Maggie each of the DeFord women are on a journey of self discovery. So true of how an event can affect future generations. I found "Bringing Maggie Home" to be powerful, heart-breaking, and healing all in one. Don't miss reading this book!
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