The Phantoms' Refuge

The Phantoms' Refuge

by Doris Hale Sanders
     
 

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Great-Aunt Wilhelmina finds her lost family, the Wroe's, and while visiting, discovers she can communicate with the resident ghostly trio of sisters who lived there during the French and Indian wars. She also find...s new love interests and is shocked to learn an old love may still be in the picture, a love she thought long dead . There are more secret passageways,

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Great-Aunt Wilhelmina finds her lost family, the Wroe's, and while visiting, discovers she can communicate with the resident ghostly trio of sisters who lived there during the French and Indian wars. She also find...s new love interests and is shocked to learn an old love may still be in the picture, a love she thought long dead . There are more secret passageways, more ghosts, spelunkers, pregnancies (some planned and others definitely unplanned), and they all add excitement. But can Wilhelmina help the ghosts finally find peace?

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ISBN-13:
9781478260240
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/17/2012
Pages:
198
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.42(d)

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Meet the Author

Doris Hale Sanders grew up in backwoods Kentucky in the little town of Glen Dean, a wide spot in the road in rural Breckinridge County, the daughter of sharecroppers. She graduated from BCHS in 1953, marrying soon after. She has three children, Dennie, Donnie & Dianna with whom she moved to Cloverport (in the other end of Breckinridge County). She was employed by the City of Cloverport as Municipal Clerk-Treasurer for twenty-four years. After retiring, she married her second husband, Don Sanders, who encouraged her to turn some of her short stories into novels. Her first book, "Home Is Where," was published in 2003 when she was sixty-eight years old. Her second novel, "Regrets," was published a year later and she has continued writing with "The Ghostly Hideaway" and "The Haunted Hideout" following. This book, "The Phantoms' Refuge" is the third in a trilogy featuring The Wroe Family. Doris enjoys living on the banks of Tar Creek and watching the abundant wild life with her husband who continues to encourage her writing. They both enjoy visits from their children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren & great-great grandchildren.

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