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From Ice and Snow is a fictional memoir, sequel to The Protest. Jane Bernard lost her 12-year-old twin daughters to a religious hijacking perpetrated by their father, Reverend Logan Churlick. Jane is heartbroken and embittered by the loss, causing her to jeopardize her once-happy marriage with her great love, Bolivar Bernard. When her daughters are 18, Bekah reaches out to ...more
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Published April 1st 2017 by Wordsmith Publishing (first published March 31st 2017)
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From Ice and Snow delivers a very satisfying (and exiting) resolution to the religious hijacking of two young and impressionable children. The book works well as a stand alone with the backstory very effectively presented, but I highly recommend it as a sequel to The Protest. Too much great dialogue to miss!
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Dianne Kozdrey Bunnell is the oldest of seven children. She was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, moved with her family to southern California for her teen years, and then migrated to Washington state, where she has lived for over three decades.

Dianne graduated from Whitworth University with a BA in English. She has taught high school English from incarcerated teens to honors classes. In addition,
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