Camino Doloroso

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AuthorHouse, Sep 17, 2008 - Fiction - 356 pages
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Camino Doloroso is the story of a Mexican woman brought up during that country's revolutionary period.  She loses two husbands to the revolution and flees to the United States with four children and her childhood companion.  She goes from privilege to poverty but manages to make a way for her family in America.  Based on a true story, the challenges an immigrant single mother faces and must overcome are explored, from a personal perspective.  The novel is filled with passion, hardships, and the challenges and disappointments a family must endure. 
 

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Camino Doloroso is one of my favorite books by author, Roberto de Haro. I have read all of his novels which are packed with adventures, pathos, challenges, and resolutions. This novel shows the strength and power of the female protagonist in bringing up her children in difficult circumstances. Haro is a great story teller. 

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Introduction
All Alone
Dealing With Change
Family Moments Will Keep You Grounded
Friendship
Handling The
He Loves
Self Correction Is Key
Strength From The Valley
Time To Witness One To Another
Copyright

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Roberto de Haro, a Mexican-American scholar activist is a retired professor and university senior executive. He writes historical fiction and detective novels. His recent book, Camino Doloroso is now available. He has completed another novel, Assassins' Raid: Killing Admiral Yamamoto which should be released in January of 2009. Haro lives in Marin County, California and enjoys jogging, hiking, biking, kayaking, ballroom dancing, and writing.

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