Beyond the Waves

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NAL Accent, 2004 - Fiction - 234 pages
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Reeling over the loss of her beloved daughter and on the verge of destroying her relationship with her husband and surviving son, psychologist Abby Cohen gets the chance to turn her life around when she meets twelve-year-old Miranda, a disturbed, terrified, mute, and lonely young girl. Original.

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User Review  - Darla - LibraryThing

Okay, I'm starting to get over my prejudice toward "women's fiction," which I'd always steered away from because I thought it was depressing. Books like Beyond the Waves are why. I'm still not to the ... Read full review


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Elizabeth Marek has an AAS degree in graphic arts and worked in advertising before studying Pastry Arts at the Oregon Culinary Institute in Portland Oregon. In 2009, she founded Artisan Cake Company. Artisan Cake Company cakes have been featured in Portland Bride and Groom, Cake Central Magazine, and Crave Magazine. Her 3D and sculpted cakes (often representing geek culture) have been featured on various websites such as Sunday Sweets, Squidoo, Boing Boing, Great White Snark, Cupcakes take the cake, and many others. Elizabeth was included in 1000 Steampunk Creations (Quarry Books). Elizabeth's steampunk cake won first prize in the 2010 CakeCentral competition . Her website is http: //

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