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1477423036
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9781477423035
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Don't I Know You

Don't I Know You

by Kay Podem

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About the Book:
When her husband of 30 years, Josh Bain, a leader in the small southern city of Dothan, Alabama, vanishes overnight, his wife Kate and the community are in shock. Where could he be and why had he disappeared? Don't I Know You is the story of a woman who comes into her own, coping with emotional and financial hardships that ultimately empower her. When Josh's whereabouts after six years are finally revealed, it is not until two years later that the former college sweethearts meet again face-to-face.
This story also details how a lawsuit brought by a couple defrauded by Josh Bain and the company he misrepresented led to an historic tort reform ruling by the Alabama Supreme Court.
A dramatic, humorous, poignant, and compelling cautionary tale, Don't I Know You will interest those who ever thought they knew someone, but turned out to be wrong.
About the Author:
Kay Podem, before graduating with a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Georgia, served as president of her sorority until flunking an accounting course. After she married, the newlyweds moved to Dothan, Alabama, in 1960, where she continues to reside after she remarried in 2000.
Having served on several community service and cultural boards, as well as a leader in her temple, Kay enjoys traveling and visiting her far-flung family which includes three grown children and six grandchildren.


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ISBN-13: 9781477423035
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/11/2012
Pages: 180
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Kay Podem, before graduating with a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Georgia, served as president of her sorority until flunking an accounting course. After she married, the newlyweds moved to Dothan, Alabama, in 1960, where she continues to reside after she remarried in 2000.
Having served on several community service and cultural boards, as well as a leader in her temple, Kay enjoys traveling and visiting her far-flung family which includes three grown children and six grandchildren.

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