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Through All Eternity

3.8  ·  Rating Details ·  5 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
On the verge of death... Two seemingly unrelated women meet as both face the prospect of death. Hanna, in her late seventies and in the advanced stages of cancer, has many regrets from the choices she has made as a mother and wife over the years. Karen, a divorced mother of two in her thirties, longs for the happiness she had for a brief time in her teens with the love of ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 1st 2010 by Mundania Press LLC
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Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
The past and present come together in the most unexpected way. Two women meet in hospital. One old and about to leave this life, the other a young mother who longs to watch her beloved children grow up.

Hannah, the older of the two, has three grown up daughters and three grandchildren. Her daughters believe her to be a cold, hard woman. They visit her out of duty. Stan, Hanna’s husband, finds it difficult to visit the hospital. Hannah retreats from the pain into a dream world where all is peacef
Lenore (Biblliolatry Me!)
"If you’re a diehard romance reader who loves a good soap opera, this may be the book just for you. It’s a short read, under 200 pages, so you aren’t subject to these stories for too many pages."

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Judy Bagshaw was a retired elementary school teacher and writer in Southern Ontario, Canada. As a plus-sized woman, she longed to see stories featuring full-figured central characters. Much of her work features such women leading rich and active lives, as she did.

Romantic suspense was her genre of choice, but she also wrote humor, some non-fiction, and children's stories. Her currently available w
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