Double M: The Kendricks

Double M: The Kendricks

by Sherry Derr-Wille
     
 

With the new millennium on the horizon, Mike Mallon is a senator in Washington DC, while Nevada Jennings is looking forward to a life and family with Marion Howe.
In this book, Katie and Steve Kendricks lead the Double M into the twentieth century. After Katie's death Steve is left alone to watch as their children grow to adulthood to face World War I and the…  See more details below

Overview

With the new millennium on the horizon, Mike Mallon is a senator in Washington DC, while Nevada Jennings is looking forward to a life and family with Marion Howe.
In this book, Katie and Steve Kendricks lead the Double M into the twentieth century. After Katie's death Steve is left alone to watch as their children grow to adulthood to face World War I and the consequences that tragic battle brings about.
When their son, Mallon, refuses to return to the Double M after the war, the ranch becomes the responsibility of Suzanna and her husband, Clay, along with Nevada's son, Ralph, and his British war bride, Barbara.
Together they work to bring prosperity to the ranch and peace between the children who grow up together in the same was as Suzanna and Ralph did a generation earlier.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781593742751
Publisher:
Whiskey Creek Press
Publication date:
01/28/2007
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.07(d)

Meet the Author

Wife, mother and grandmother by day, Sherry Derr-Wille spends her nights writing and writing and writing. Having been inspired by an English assignment in her sophomore year of high school, she had never quite finished the assignment. New stories pop into her head every day with never enough time to write them all.
A Wisconsin native, she grew up a country girl, but enjoys her "city" home. She and her husband of over 40 years, Bob, live in a mid-sized town close to the Illinois border. Deeming Bob "A Saint" for putting up with her, she has never regretted marrying her high school sweetheart just two days after graduation in 1964.

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