Broadmoor

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Home? Why must there be a place called Home? Why is there, somewhere in each human soul, a void that can be filled only by remembrance of that special place?In Broadmoor, four aging brothers, seeking answers and guided by memory, take you with them on a journey back to their childhood, back to poverty and hard times, to betrayal and desertion, and to years of back-breaking labor and struggle to survive.As you follow, you will meet a loving but imperfect family, faithful friends, a few men and women of great honor, and a mother whose character and strength and devotion surpasses all.You will laugh and sometimes cry and, in the end, you will find, as the brothers did, that home is where memory begins and ends; the place where, when all is done, a heart can find sanctuary and certitude and safety and peace.And you will find that, for these brothers, home is a place called Broadmoor.

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About the author (2003)

Weaver is a retired United States Postal Inspector.

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