Letters from Abigail

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iUniverse, May 1, 2000 - Fiction - 344 pages
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In 1946, a box of letters reignites Jack Wallston's love for Abigail Martin. A chance encounter between Jack and Abigail (Abbey) along the rugged Oregon coast in 1943 led to a brief and heartbreaking affair that even three years of war could not totally erase from Jack's mind. The letters from Abbey not only cause the heartache to resurface, they lead Jack into a quest that will find him in confrontation with the Martin family, afoul of corrupt government officials and in a heart wrenching struggle to free the woman he loves from the demons of alcoholism.

A novel of love, heartache and suspense sat against the backdrop of World War II and the turbulent 1940s.

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Rachel is an engineer turned writer. His career includes a stint in the United States Air Force, oil exploration in the southwest, and an engineer for the Federal Government.

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