Season's Sun

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Trafford Publishing, Jul 1, 2011 - Fiction - 84 pages
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Part I of this book is a repeat of Land Above and Part II continues the saga. In arriving to the Carolinas in the late 1700's, the McLean family worked hard, raised family, and thanked their fortune in finding a good life in a new land. Benjamin, knowing the pain of loss in his earlier life in Northern Ireland, regained love and wealth and became blessed with a large extended family life. When his son, Joseph and family, were feared lost at sea, the pain came flowing back; surely he could not lose this important part of himself. (Perhaps as before someone else can write better than I for the jacket of these books).

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Author, Leigh Clarke was born in the western state of Wyoming in the 30's, her point of view was influenced by the visual and written history of the West that surrounded her; where the Sioux roamed and established their winter camps, and western ranchers, like her father and grandfathers before him, attempted to survive the Great Depression, a major draught, and a World War. These events shaped her early years and taught that hardship and discipline meant survival for a nation and its people. She raised her three children mostly as a single parent and has had a long life of good health and love for family; including her three grandchildren. She presently lives in the North Texas Hill Country with her two pups, Beau and Bandit.

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