Clean Slate

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WestBow Press, May 30, 2012 - Religion - 74 pages
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Clean Slate is the account of one woman's plight after a miraculous rescue from death, which saves her life in more ways than one.

This story portrays a preacher's kid who went astray and started living her life contrary to all she learned from her parents. She ran away from home at the age of sixteen, in pursuit of immoral living and unnatural desires. Twenty years later, her memories were erased after an accident, and her life began again with a clean slate.

She lived with amnesia for two years, unaware of the sins from her past that she must face one day. When her memory returns, will she continue her new life with her slate wiped clean of her past, or will she revert to her former life and resume a marriage spawned by the Devil himself?

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About the author (2012)

Denise Carol Holmes was born and raised in New York City. She enlisted in the US Army in 1979, and her tour of duty included living in Karlsruhe, Germany. She worked for the Department of Defense until becoming employed by the NYS Department of Corrections in 1990. She and her husband live on Staten Island and are members of a non-denominational church. This is her first fiction work.

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