The Legend of Safehaven

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Mountain Lake Press, Nov 1, 2008 - Fiction - 280 pages
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The sequel to R.A. Comunale's highly praised first novel, "Requiem for the Bone Man," follows the continuing story of Dr. Robert Galen and his friends, Robert and Nancy Edison, as they adjust to semi-retirement on a mountaintop in northeastern Pennsylvania, raising and caring for the three orphaned Hidalgo children they rescued and adopted. Along the way, the six residents of the mountain interact with a variety of individuals--human and animal--who also are seeking sanctuary, and even redemption, on the property that becomes known as Safehaven. In ways mystical, magical and even heroic, Comunale once again envelops readers in a fictional world that is often harrowing, but always captivating.

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R. A. Comunale, MD, is a semiretired physician in family practice and specialist in aviation medicine who lives and works out of his home office in McLean, Virginia.

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