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The Damnable Legacy
- By: G. Elizabeth Kretchmer
- Narrated by: Jannie Meisberger
- Length: 12 hrs and 20 mins
Lynn Van Swol still regrets the decision she made 30 years ago to place her daughter up for adoption so she could climb the highest mountains of the world. Frankie Rizzoni is the troubled biological granddaughter Lynn has never known. And Beth Mahoney is a minister's wife with terminal cancer and the only one who knows the relationship between the two. She designs a plan upon her deathbed to bring Lynn and Frankie together, but now, narrating from the afterlife, she must helplessly watch as her legacy threatens to unravel.
Two Parallel Universes
- By Alfie on 04-28-17
Better the Second Time!
Would you consider the audio edition of The Damnable Legacy to be better than the print version?
Who was your favorite character and why?
Frankie because she was feisty!
What about Jannie Meisberger’s performance did you like?
Any additional comments?
It’s been a few years since I first read and reviewed the print version of G. Elizabeth Kretchmer’s The Damnable Legacy of a Minister's Wife. When I learned it was available in audio, I couldn’t wait to start listening. The narration is very well done and the pacing kept me intrigued despite having already read the story. I recommend this audio version to anyone looking for an enjoyable mountain climbing adventure.