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Marylee MacDonald - Montpelier Tomorrow

Unimaginable emotional pain If Marylee MacDonald’s novel Montpelier Tomorrow reads more like a memoir than fiction, that is because it draws so greatly on her own life and because it is so well written. As a result, this story of a middle-aged widow’s response to the grave illness that afflicts her son-in-law brings tears to the eyes and tugs at the heart. ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, is a progressive neurological disease usually ending in death within five years. When Colleen Gallagher learns her son-in-law Tony’s diagnosis, she does everything in her power to help. With two small children and a sick husband, Colleen’s daughter Sandy cannot cope without that assistance. In the proces

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