Room for Two

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CFI, Aug 1, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 216 pages
23 Reviews
Sweetie, I'm home. I tried to put as much kindness into my voice as possible. I didn't want to have another argument - at least not right away. Silence. Sweetheart? a gunshot echoed from our bedroom, followed by the sound of a bullet casing skipping along a wall. Everything slowed down.

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User Review  - Lynn - Goodreads

This true story is difficult to get through at times due to the subject matter, but can be a valuable tool for the family members of those who commit suicide. The author took a courageous leap ... Read full review

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User Review  - Traci Gardner - Goodreads

Beautiful/tragic story. Thanks for the suggestion Keri Owen! So excited to have him come to the state conference!!!! Read full review

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About the author (2007)

At the age of 26, Abel Keogh unexpectedly found himself a young widower. When he decided to start dating again he looked in vain for resources that could help him guide him through the dating waters and open his heart to someone else. He found nothing. As he began blogging about his experiences, women dating widowers began emailing him asking for his thoughts on their situations. As the numbers of emails increased, Abel started writing a weekly dating a widower advice column called Widower Wednesday as well as the books Dating a Widower: Starting a Relationship with a Man Who's Staring Over and Marrying a Widower: What you Need to Know before Tying the Knot. Abel is also the author of the memoir Room for Two-the story of the year of his life following his late wife's suicide-and the novel The Third. He and his wife Julianna are the parents of three boys and two girls. Learn more at

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