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Publisher's Summary

The Road at My Door follows protagonist Reese Cavanaugh on a dark journey to save her family without destroying herself. Set against the backdrop of the Cold War and the sexual revolution, Mohr examines cultural forces shaping family life in a decade of upheaval. Road is a perfect storm of conflicting needs and beliefs about love of self, love of another, fast-changing attitudes about sex, and the toxicity of family secrets. Through Reese Cavanaugh, Lori Mohr delves into the deep tension between appearance and reality, portraying a family in turmoil.
©2015 Lori Windsor Mohr (P)2017 Lori Windsor Mohr
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4 out of 5 stars
By Daman on 06-16-17

A story to remember

Would you consider the audio edition of The Road at My Door to be better than the print version?

Yes, strong narration and interesting story made for a pleasant listening experience.

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This review copy audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon CustomerBeliever on 05-24-17

Wow, Talking About Secret Keeping

I got this book via audiobook boom. This story was not one that I could get through at one setting. I had to listen to some light-hearted stories in between listening to this one. The family put a lot on a teen's shoulders in making her keep the family secrets. the way the story was developed and narrated says a lot about both people. Well developed but depressing and narrated so well that you could feel the depression.

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