The Prodigal Daughter

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Triskelion Publishing, Mar 1, 2006 - Fiction - 327 pages
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Kathryn O'Brien is not having a good day. First she is caught with a married man, a man who neglected to tell her he was married. Second her roommate, in fear of the ensuing scandal, throws her out of their apartment. Now on top of everything she has a letter informing her of her mother's death, a mother that she had thought dead long ago. This story draws you into the world of small town life and its people. The Prodigal Daughter is all about facing the consequences of your decisions and allowing those changes to make a difference in your life.

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