High stakes in tale of secrets and lies
Memoir; An Affair with my Mother; By Caitríona Palmer
The day Caitríona Palmer turned six, her mother told her she was adopted.
She told her the news almost casually, while mother and daughter were making a bed.
“You know how it is your birthday today? Well, there is somebody very special that you need to say a prayer for . . . Before you were born, another mammy carried you in her tummy but was unable to keep you. She gave you...
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