A family secret is unearthed by an excavator's shovel. In an effort to find answers, David Montgomery uncovers more questions. They eventually lead him on a journey of discovery that turns his comfortable life into one he could never have imagined.
This is a story of intrigue and deceit that enters one generation and has its outcome in the next. "The sins of the father shall be visited on the son."
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.43(d)|
|Age Range:||1 - 17 Years|
About the Author
Six members of Brockville's writers group Writers' Ink accepted a challenge to write a book together. Writer's Ink co-founder Anne "Bunty" Loucks wrote a novel titled "In a Rosedale Garden" over 20 years ago. Although it was released as a newspaper serial, it was never published as a book. The challenge accepted by the authors was to use "In a Rosedale Garden" as the plot, and each author would re-write their own chapter in their own style. The result is a novel titled "Through a Glass, Darkly". Both novels have been combined together and published in one book. The book is titled "In a Rosedale Garden", but it also contains the author collaborative titled "Through a Glass, Darkly".
Read "In a Rosedale Garden" and experience a mystery that transports you to the post-war era of the 40's and 50's when a family tragedy buries secrets for future generations to find. Then read "Through a Glass, Darkly", where the same story takes on twists and turns from the six authors. This collaboration illustrates the difference between material written in a gentler time and that of the 21st century.
Anne "Bunty" Loucks
R. Patricia Capitain