This is just one example of historical everyday things that folks used to face and the author has put them in her story. I do wish she had added a bit more to the story at the end. January 5, - Published on Amazon.
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In recounting the challenges as well as the joys interwoven throughout her maternal line, she triggers in us, as readers, a compelling urge to honor the strength of our own forebears in the face of adversity, to accept that the indomitable spirit they possessed is genetically encoded is us, as well.
Common Thread-Uncommon Women is a gripping and evocative novel. Go to Amazon.
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