Pigtails and Potters Field

Pigtails and Potters Field

by Kathleen M. Urquhart
Pigtails and Potters Field

Pigtails and Potters Field

by Kathleen M. Urquhart



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The bond of sisters, the story of friends, the transgression of innocence, and the empowerment of hope...

An inspiring work of realistic fiction portraying an Irish family and their struggle to overcome a devastating betrayal.

Spanning the United States, Ireland, and England, this dramatic story chronicles the lives of three vibrant young women and their journeys through life, each having experienced sexual abuse as children. Overcoming great personal and emotional obstacles to achieve success in their chosen professions, a young pediatric nurse commits suicide at the height of her career.

Valerie grapples with the circumstances surrounding her younger sister's life as never-revealed secrets come to light exposing debauchery at a level that causes her to search for truth and challenges her faith.

Aided by a divine revelation and shocking testimonies from her closest friends, Val traces the path of perversion uncovering the exploitation of a beloved family member whose own abuse as a child ripples across one ocean and two generations.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161797785
Publisher: Kathleen Urquhart
Publication date: 09/21/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Kathleen Urquhart’s literary works have spanned from writing poetry to analyzing and deciphering the spiritual side of quantum physics. Her poetry has been showcased in various anthologies, and she is a regular contributor to the science magazine, ENTANGLED.

As a mother of three sons, she respectfully admires the amazing accomplishments of her grown children marveling at their diverse gifts, talents, and abilities.

A native of New England, Kathleen and her husband, Anthony, happily make their home in New Hampshire and Vermont.
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