Ted Warner lived vicariously-in his dreams. He longed to be that devil-may-care type of person, but it would be years before he learned the meaning of the dreams. Fate, or luck, led him to the darkly beautiful Joanna, who had survived a violent freeway accident. Did she hold the key? Along the way he learned more than he bargained for, and found love in the process. Could he walk away now that he knew the truth? That's the premise of this intriguing new novel from the author of JOURNEY OF SHADOWS and LOST IN THE SHADOWS.
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About the Author
This is the third book written by Frank A, Perdue, a retired National Weather Service forecaster. He developed a love of reading at an early age, especially the mysteries of the 50s. Some of his style has developed from those days. Mr. Perdue lives with his wife in the mountains east of San Diego, California. He and his wife Nonie have been married for over fifty years. They have four boys. Frank has a boy and girl from a previous marriage. Altogether they have eleven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.