Matthew Jordan

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Trafford Publishing, Feb 1, 2012 - Fiction - 184 pages
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The heart-wrenching and suspenseful story of a young mother's effort to get to her four-year-old son who had been placed on a major airline crossing the entire continent of North America, the unbelievable obstacles this mother overcomes, which includes conquering South Holston Lake in the midst of a huge storm, putting her own life in jeopardy, making the possibility of her surviving to be reunited with her son questionable.

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About the author (2012)

Rita Hawkins is married to Paul Hawkins. She has two sons, a stepson, and a stepdaughter. She is an RN legal consultant and grew up in southwest Virginia but now lives in east Tennessee. She holds a second-degree black belt in Karate and a first-degree black belt in jujitsu. She is also the founder of WATSA (Women's Ability to Survive Attack) and speaks publicly to women groups in an effort to raise safety awareness. She works from a second location in Los Angeles and is presently working with one of her sons on the development of the Lyn-Glitzer film production company. All of her work is based on Christian values and moral standards.

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