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Sold on a Monday

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Brian Hutchison

9 Hours 49 Minutes

Recorded Books

August 2018

Audio Book Summary

A picture is worth a thousand words, but sometimes the story behind the picture is worth a thousand more. 2 CHILDREN FOR SALE. In 1931, near Philadelphia, ambitious reporter Ellis Reed photographs the gut-wrenching sign posted beside a pair of siblings on a farmhouse porch. With the help of newspaper secretary Lily Palmer, Ellis writes an article to accompany the photo. Capturing the hardships of American families during the Great Depression, the feature story generates national attention and Ellis's career skyrockets. But the piece also leads to consequences more devastating than he and Lily ever imagined -- and it will risk everything they value to unravel the mystery and set things right. Inspired by a newspaper photo that stunned readers throughout the country, Sold on a Monday is a powerful novel of ambition, redemption, love and family.

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  • Anonymous

    Good - sad but true!

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  • Desiree R.

    Took me a little while to get really into it, but then it grabbed me and I couldn't put it down again

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  • Melissa O.

    Good story, minimal swearing and no sex. Great clean book!

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  • J R.

    Interesting period read, lots of sad depression era facts. The story was interesting but not a page turner, for the most part. Good reader/narrator.

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  • Eileen

    The honesty of the reporter brought me back to a time when journalism was about the truth of what was being reported an not about sensationalism.

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  • D C.

    A fabulous listen...Kristen McMorris has a way of captivating you in her writings. Great narration as well.

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  • Meg Lowry

    4 star read

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  • Gail S.

    Story was slow and hard to follow at times

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  • Lesley T.

    I enjoyed it very much and especially liked the ending.

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  • Holly W.

    Silly unrealisic story. I understand the need for the dialoguge to be in keeping with the era but really? The characters were ridiculously prim and proper even when intimate. The narration was very bland.

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