Jenny's Way: A Local Legend
Jenny's Way is a story about the entwined fates of three families. Set in a small Connecticut mill town it explores the blurred lines between good and evil. The town with its good people who live with secrets and tell rumors and its scorned people who act with kindness and compassion. Does good triumph? Does evil ever disappear? Small towns are a family in themselves and if they are strong enough, they heal. If not strong enough they disappear like so many of the ghost villages whose foundations dot our New England woods. To see more books by Diana, go to http: //dianakperkins.com
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