Pieces of Her
Andrea Cooper knows everything about her mother Laura. She knows she’s spent her whole life in the small town of Gullaway Island; she knows she’s never had any more ambition than to live a quiet life as a pillar of the community; she knows she’s never kept a secret in her life.

Andrea is 31 and her problem isn’t that she has no choice in her future. The problem is there are so many choices she’s stuck. Stuck living over her mother’s garage working as a 911 dispatcher.

But when Andrea and her mother go out for lunch at the mall, things turn ugly fast. A man with a weapon, heads exploding, Andrea cowering and her mother has turned into some kind of suburban ninja! After that nothing makes any sense to her. Mom won’t stay in the hospital and she is adamant that Andrea move out NOW! Not tomorrow, right this minute. Which of course Andrea does not do. Instead she watches as a man breaks in to her mother’s home and Andrea chooses a course of action that sends her on a road where everything she ever knew about her mother is questioned.

Told from her mother’s point of view in the past and Andrea”s in the present, we discover who and what Laura really is. And along the way there are plenty of twists and turns and What the heck?? moments.

Maybe I should be checking out my own mother?!  Well Done!


August 21, 2018


  1. Can you imagine having a mom that is some sort of super international spy, ala James Bond? Sounds crazy but cool!

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    1. Very cool! My mom was gone a lot. But I’d go with mental hospital as it would explain a lot! lol

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  2. When I read it, I couldn’t put it down! Again she bat it out of the park.

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  3. Putting this on my list.
    Enjoy your day…

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  4. on my list, definitely!

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  5. Will definitely check this one out.

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    1. Do! They are making a television series out of it!


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