Valerie’s Dream is a story of love, desire, betrayal, murder and redemption. A dramatic segment of this gripping tale takes place at a New England beach town where a frail old woman becomes the victim of a shocking crime. The story exposes the cunning and greed of a beautiful sociopath who destroys and manipulates everyone in her path. It also introduces the reader to a gifted woman who suffers much heartache when she loses her husband after only a year of marriage. However, the young widow, Valerie Carter, battles her loss and refuses to let it stop her from seeking significance in her world. The protagonist of the story becomes an endless dreamer, seeking the promise of a better and a more fulfilling existence for herself and those around her. Hosts of remarkable individuals weave their way through the story, exposing strengths and weaknesses inherent to their unique personalities. Valerie’s Dream is a story of scheming and murder as well as friendship and encouragement . . . but more importantly, it is a tale that promises you that when a dream dies, another one is waiting around the corner to fill its void.
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