It’s an intriguing tale of secrets, class and motherhood. “Leaving Lucy Pear” tells the story of a baby who is abandoned under a pear tree in Gloucester, Massachusetts, by her Jewish 18-year-old mother. Bea hopes that an Irish family who steals the fruit in the dark of night will take the infant and raise her as their own.
In 'Leaving Lucy Pear,' 2 Women Are Forever Linked By A Baby Girl
By editor • Jun 27, 2017
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