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Book Title: The Family That Stays Together|
The author of the book: Deborah Plummer Bussey
Edition: Half Dozen Publications
Date of issue: July 2013
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Reader ratings: 6.7
ISBN 13: 9780615818658
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 5.69 MB
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The Family That Stays Together by Deborah Plummer is a mystery that slowly draws you in. Though it starts slowly it does end up drawing you into the mystery surrounding the main characters long time friend when her ex boyfriend is murdered. It's part of a series so you might be slightly confused at first and some of the backgrounds of the characters are missing. But the fact that one of the main characters is an ex nun is definitely interesting. Also I liked the authors take on religion and faith being balanced without over powering the novel, even when some of the characters have a crisis of faith.
Kathy and her sister Tina begin to look into the murder of their friend's ex when she becomes the target of the police investigation. Things are only made more complicated when Kathy is approached by an old friend from the nunnery who wants her to begin therapy with her sister and nephew. Kathy begins to learn new things about the case and struggles between helping a friend and her career.
It's definitely an interesting read with some unexpected twists and turns so I give it three out 5 stars! I would definitely check this out, especially if you can find the first one!
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Deborah Plummer (Bussey), a psychologist and nationally recognized diversity thought leader,
is the editor of the Handbook of Diversity Management (Rowman and Littlefield), and author of Advancing Inclusion: A Guide for Effective Diversity Council and ERG Membership (Half Dozen Publications), and Racing Across the Lines: Changing Race Relations through Friendships (Pilgrim Press) which received the Mayflower Award for best publication in the category of Church and Society. She has authored several book chapters and published numerous journal articles to the professional community on racial identity development and managing diverse work environments. She is the lead author in the design and development of the Diversity Engagement Survey (DES), a tool for measuring diversity and inclusion in organizations, and has written for Diversity Executive and Boston Globe Magazine. She is an avid blogger and contributing writer for the Huffington Post, has been featured in media outlets such as Boston Globe, New England Psychologist, Diversity Inc., Smart Business, Cleveland Plain Dealer, and served as an expert commentator for WEWS Cleveland News Channel 5.
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