In the summer of 1940, seven North Carolina children under the age of 16 lose their father and their happy home. They end up spending the rest of their childhood in an orphanage. We experience their stories through the eyes of two brothers: the ten-year old realist and the six-year-old idealist. It's a tale of loss, it seems. Or is it?
Richard's Key has everything I was hoping for. The writing is superb, the characters are wonderfully human, as is the struggle. --Fred Bortz, Author of science and technology books for young readers
I started reading your book on my flight to DC this week. Thank goodness I didn t finish it until I was in the comfort of my home last night (being the manly man)! I was so moved by the story and truly touched. I have a feeling that this book is going to be very successful! As a Dad of adopted children, I can t thank you enough for telling this story. I have a lot of questions about Iris and her story. Cannot wait for the sequel! --Rick Rhodes
Richard's Key is by far one of the best books I have ever read. I could not put it down, yet I didn't want it to end. It made me laugh, cry, reminisce and count my blessings. --Peggy Baker
|Series:||Richard and Roy , #1|
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About the Author
Sandi has written articles for Lake Norman Publications, Tarheel Wheels, and Reader's Digest. She is the author of three novels, Richard's Key, Roy's Sandman, A Stranger to Myself, and a children's book, The Guardian Angel.
She and her husband, Barry, have raised three sons and now enjoy traveling and spending time at Myrtle Beach with their two Yorkies. They reside in Huntersville and are members of Ramah Presbyterian Church.