Trolley Days Robert T. McMaster

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Trolley Days  by  Robert T. McMaster

Trolley Days by Robert T. McMaster
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A joyful, engaging read from beginning to end.... Mark Ashton, Southbridge Evening NewsIf you love period pieces then this is the book for you... Mary Haggerty, Goodreads.comTrolley Days is the story of an unlikely friendship between twoMoreA joyful, engaging read from beginning to end.... Mark Ashton, Southbridge Evening NewsIf you love period pieces then this is the book for you... Mary Haggerty, Goodreads.comTrolley Days is the story of an unlikely friendship between two boys growing up in Holyoke, Massachusetts, in its industrial heyday.

Jack Bernard is the son of a mill worker who emigrated from Canada, Tom Wellington the son of the mill owner. Jack is shy and socially a bit awkward, Tom self-assured and smooth-talking. But for all their differences, the two boys have much in common. They love fishing, sports, and all manner of youthful tomfoolery.

Each has suffered the loss of a sibling, tragedies that have affected both families deeply.In the opening chapter a blizzard is approaching as Jack boards a train for the long trip to Boston. He has received a cryptic letter informing him that Tom is in a Boston jail.

Despite a recent falling-out between the two, Jack still considers Tom his best friend, and he refuses to allow a snowstorm to prevent him from going to Toms aid. Soon Jack will be plunged into a mystery that calls on all his courage and determination to solve, even as his friends life hangs in the balance.

To save his friend, Jack will need the assistance of Toms sister, Anne, but that will require Jack and Anne to reconcile their fractured relationship.Does friendship have its limits? Can bonds of trust, once broken, be repaired? Can we learn from lifes tragedies and move on, or must we carry them like lead weights on our hearts forever? In Trolley Days it seems it is the young who bear the heaviest of lifes burdens and must marshal the strength to free themselves and their parents.



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