The Woodcarver's Hand

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Outskirts Press, Incorporated, May 26, 2005 - Fiction - 184 pages
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When Gail is forced to face the reality of her grandfather's death, she is confronted with the horrors of her past childhood. Her only means of escape is to relive the events she has locked away in her mind for nearly twenty years. With the help of a befriended stranger, she sets out in search of answers to her past. Together, she and the mysterious stranger, unravel the riddles surrounding their baffling lives, and unlock the doors to the hidden secretes entrapped within their souls.

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About the author (2005)

Amber Taylor-Pengov aspired to be a writer throughout her life. She grew up writing short stories and poems for her family and friends. Recently, when Amber's father was diagnosed with cancer, she felt inspired to write her first book for publication. She currently resides in Ohio with her husband and children.

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