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Cotton in Augusta introduced readers to Myra as a child in the cotton patch and followed her growth into a woman, wife, and mother. They felt her pain in Joy in the Morning, as she struggled through the Great Depression, World War II, and the death of her beloved husband, James. From Myra to Laura takes her into the later years where she must find a new life without James by her side and make a new home. Will she meet this challenge? Her children are grown and settled into their lives. Grandchildren are her delight. She has comfort and security to enjoy leisure and pleasures she had never experienced. Will she be content to enjoy this life without concerns? Just as she becomes comfortable and familiar with her new life, the world she has known faces drastic changes. Violence and discord enter her living room via the television. Innocent people, even children and a president, are slain. War ravages the nations youth. She cannot turn her head from this, and her heart and mind are troubled. She struggles to reconcile long-established customs with her sense of justice and fairness for all. Breaking the law is wrongbut arresting and jailing folks just for sitting down seemed a harsh thing to do. In her quest to understand, she could only turn to her Lord to express her doubts and fears and ask for guidance. She hungers for more information, but this can only come from the printed words that she cannot read. Myras later years will again surprise and amaze readers. A strong new character will emerge and carry Myras spirit into later generations. Author promises that you will like this young lady.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2014
    • Ano:  2018
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2020100081103
    • ISBN:  9781499046458

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