The Butternut Tree Becomes a #1 Bestseller!


The Butternut Tree by Maureen Ann Richards Kostalnick

The Butternut Tree by Maureen Ann Richard Kostalnick has become the #1 Amazon Kindle Best Seller in Dysfunctional Relationships and the #2 Kindle Best Seller in Women’s Religious Fiction.

The Butternut Tree is a powerful and poignant narrative about a young girl and her family and the dark secret that would transform their life.

The book is a fictional account, based on Maureen’s true life experiences, about growing up in Avon, Ohio in the 1940’s and 50’s, a simpler time where life focused around strict Catholic doctrine, St. Mary’s Church, and the objective truths and sense of right and wrong contained within those hallowed institutions. Tolerance was a luxury, one in which this town never indulged, favoring the rod over compassion.

In 1928, when a young woman was the victim of sexual assault, she was tarnished, regardless of her subsequent marriage and a house full of children. Years after the assault, Maureen was born into this family — a family that shared a dilapidated farm house scarcely big enough to contain two people, let alone her grandparents, mother, sister, and two brothers.

The townspeople’s denial became condemnation as Maureen’s father divorced her mother; the Town shunned her family and her mother took to her bed, unable to face herself or the world.

The Amazon Kindle Edition of The Butternut Tree can be purchased here

The Paperback Edition of The Butternut Tree can be purchased here.

The Hardcover Edition of The Butternut Tree can be purchased here.

Maureen also regularly blogs about her books, growing up in the 1940s and 1950s and family dysfunction and the generational affect of rape at http://maureenkostalnick.com/.

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The Butternut Tree is a Best Seller in Dysfunctional Relationships

 

 

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