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Review of Beneath a Blanket of Snow by Arlene Lomazoff-Marron

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An engaging story of friendship, marriage, betrayal, redemption, and forgiveness.

Do your neighbors really have it all? What is under the pristine blanket of snow?

Meredith and Jonathan were on top of the world, living in luxury. Jonathan’s crime shocked his family and friends, and threatened to destroy everything. With her husband in prison, Meredith looks for help from her friends, but can they support her, while dealing with their own secrets?

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Beneath a Blanket of Snow by Arlene Lomazoff-Marron

This is a captivating tale of the intricacies of human relationships. The author weaves a compelling story of friendship, betrayal, redemption, and forgiveness that will keep readers engaged from beginning to end.

Meredith and Jonathan’s luxurious lifestyle is shattered when Jonathan commits a crime that threatens to destroy everything they have built. As Meredith struggles to cope with her husband’s imprisonment, she turns to her friends for support, only to discover that they have their own secrets to deal with. The complex web of relationships between the characters is expertly crafted, with each character’s backstory and motivations adding depth to the narrative.

Lomazoff-Marron’s writing is emotive and evocative, painting a vivid picture of the character’s inner turmoil and the landscape serves as a backdrop to their struggles. Beneath a Blanket of Snow is a heartwarming and poignant tale of the power of friendship and the human capacity for forgiveness. This book is a must-read for fans of character-driven stories with a richly woven plot. The writing is precise, poetic and genteel. It’s written in a correct, and very proper language style, rather than conversational prose, whish sets the elegance of the story.


Arlene Lomazoff-Marron

About a week before I retired from a job in the healthcare field in December 2019, a coworker commented that I should do something from my bucket list. I immediately replied that I would write a novel. I wondered why I had replied so quickly and with such conviction. I considered college and a career in writing, but decided to go to nursing school instead. I hadn’t thought about writing a book since my adolescence. I didn’t realize writing a novel was on my bucket list.

Beneath A Blanket Of Snow was my first novel. Due to the wonderful reviews from readers, I decided to keep writing. My second novel, If We Had Known, was released in April 2021. I am working on a third novel for a 2022 release.



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