Fallen Angel

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It has been two years since Jason graduated. He and Richard have been attending college. Kailey and Dixie are working with Bill at the factory, running the office. Sue has begun teaching school. Pete and Mary continue to delay their wedding. They want their wedding to be the first held at the new family house at the lake. Construction has taken its sweet time. There has been many delays for one reason or another. Bonnie is expecting her second child this summer. Bill is still tutoring Rachel at the factory as ...
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Overview

It has been two years since Jason graduated. He and Richard have been attending college. Kailey and Dixie are working with Bill at the factory, running the office. Sue has begun teaching school. Pete and Mary continue to delay their wedding. They want their wedding to be the first held at the new family house at the lake. Construction has taken its sweet time. There has been many delays for one reason or another. Bonnie is expecting her second child this summer. Bill is still tutoring Rachel at the factory as much as her schedule allows. She is growing up fast. Her sisters fear that it may be too fast for her own good. They are not the only ones that is worried. Jason worries that eventually, the luck their family has enjoyed will fail.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781499314144
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/12/2014
  • Pages: 406
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.83 (d)

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Daniel was born and raised in the Willamette Valley of Oregon State. He was always an avid reader. This continued throughout his adult life until the demands of raising a family left little time to read. After graduating from school, he worked a short time for a local contractor doing construction work. He spent twenty years serving his country in the U.S. Air Force as a Computer Operator. His military career took him to exotic locations. From Las Vegas Nevada to San Jose California to South Korea, and then finally to San Angelo Texas where he finished his career. After his retirement, he worked for a few, unrewarding years, as a telemarketer. Finally, he found a rewarding career working with a non-profit company providing developmental employment to disabled workers helping them to become self-sufficient.
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