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Examines the bittersweet human condition of love and loss though the lens of history. Featured widow/ers include: · C.S. Lewis · Captain von Trapp (of The Sound of Music) · George Palmer Putnam (Amelia Earhart’s widower) George Burns · Coretta Scott King · Martha Washington · · Grandma Moses · William Gillette (a.k.a Sherlock Holmes) of Gillette's Castle Katharine Graham ( ...more
Paperback, 150 pages
Published May 25th 2016 by ACT II Publications, LLC
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Through researching letters and out-of-print books, award-winning writer Lisa Saunders sheds new light on historic figures and events. Through her memoirs, she talks with you, not at you--"no holds barred." She created a little history of her own by helping Connecticut become the second state in the U.S. to combat the leading viral cause of birth defects. She works as a part-time history interpret ...more
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