The Carter and Walker families both live in Minnesota and have strong family ties to Sweden, but that's where the similarities stop. As a horse-farming family, the Carters work very hard for very little income. Their home on the outskirts of Mora, Minnesota is a far cry from the home of the Carters, a wealthy and powerful family, who live in Minneapolis. What brings the families together is the force of love. After a chance meeting, brothers Sam and Gabriel Carter fight for Megan Walker's love and attention. Passion, grief and tragedy are mixed with intrigues and mysterious disappearances in this family-tale that tells of multiple people's lives and love stories.
|Publisher:||Library Tales Publishing, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)|
About the Author
Anita E Larsson lives in the south of Sweden with her husband and two young children. "A Letter from the Other Side" is her first published book, but she has written stories her whole life. Anita was inspired to write the book after visiting a riding camp for physically disabled children and teenagers with her son. Her son, Markus, is diagnosed with cerebral palsy and inspired the character Max in the story. The inspiration for the location of "A Letter from the Other Side" came from her own home town of Mora, Sweden, the town for which Mora, Minnesota was named.