The Chronicles of a Wanderer

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Trafford Publishing, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 150 pages
With the burgeoning of the older generation this book will undoubtedly appeal to all those who lived through the war years - it will evoke many memories. It is the story of Joan Woodley's life from 1915 to present, of growing up in rural England, emigrating to Australia after World War II, of leaving her husband and seeking a new life in Canada where, with very little money she approached the Red Cross. With their help she worked her way from the Pacific to the Atlantic. This book should appeal to all women, especially seniors who find themselves alone for whatever reason. The Chronicles of a Wanderer is an outstanding story of adventure, courage, and love.

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