When Nöel learns that his former flame is terminally ill and pregnant with a child she claims is his, he agrees to take care of the baby girl once she’s born. But as a recovering alcoholic whose demons are barely under control, he can’t do it alone. Luckily, he has an amazing network of family and friends who are ready to help. A tale of joy, heartbreak and hope in a close-knit Dublin community.
LitLovers -Includes Author Bio, Brief Reviews, and Discussion Questions
- The Seattle Times – “Maeve Binchy’s Minding Frankie: One Motherless Baby, Many Willing Minders” by Melinda Bargreen
- The Star-Ledger via nj.com – “A Book Review” by Susan Rogers
- The Denver Post – “Review” by Christian Toto
- The New Zealand Herald – “Review” by Carroll du Chateau
On the Web:
I’d like people to think I was a good friend and a reasonable story-teller and to know that thanks to all the great people, family and friends that I met, I was very, very happy when I was here. — Maeve Binchy
Booktopia Blog – “Maeve Binchy Answers Ten Terrifying Questions”
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