When We Believed in Mermaids


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    Barbara O’Neal is an American novelists. She has written well over 40 books using different pen names.  She is specifically known for her romantic novels, however, she had done great work in fictional novels as well. The Art of Inheriting Secrets is one of her most popular novels. Apart from this, her How to Bake a Perfect Life also did well for the author.

    Josie Bianci got killed many years ago in a terrorist attack on a train. She has gone forever. This is something that an ER doctor and her sister Kit always believed. Yet, it took just a few heart pounding seconds to shake the entire world of Kit. A live coverage in Auckland of a club fire has captured the snapshot of a woman. She was struggling, while stumbling through the debris and intense smoke. Her resemblance to Josie, Kit’s sister was absolutely unbelievable. And, it was unmistakable as well. With all this also comes a flood of emotions as well that was filled with loss, grief and anger.

    When We Believed in Mermaids

    Kit now has got a chance finally to put to rest all the claims that her sister has died.

    After reaching Auckland in New Zealand, Kit began the journey by recalling many memories from the past. She recalled those fine days that she spent with Josie on the beach. She remembered a lost teenage boy who became an important part of their family. Another thing that she recalled was the trauma that haunted both Josie and her for good part of their lives.

    Unearthing some long kept secrets could only reunite the two sisters now.

    The narration of this novel is done by the duo of Sarah Naughton and Katherine Littrell. They both gave a super performance and were appreciated by followers of the novel.

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    The Aeneid

    The Art of Inheriting Secrets


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