A Dark Adventure Told Between the LinesLondon 1930Alpine Bavaria 1936Darkwater Creek, Nebraska 1968Love and lies led young Bridget into Nazi entanglement, through war-torn Europe, and across an ocean to her Nebraska farm.With secrets under the floor and graves in her garden, Bridget's a double wife living a double life. Her crimes are leagues behind her, but as civil rights unrest and assassinations divide her new country, genetic illness shakes her and a legacy of retribution climbs her farmhouse stairs.A blizzard of violence strikes home, driving her underground, where Bridget discovers a tattered ledger. Registering a life well lived, the empty pages invite her to confession, but can Bridget balance her accounts before the past breaks down her door?*Includes a Book Club Reading Guide.
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About the Author
K. Lyn Wurth, a lifelong American Great Plains and Rocky Mountain region settler, writes fiction that considers health, family life, regional experiences and history. With experience in literature, medicine and visual arts, she writes stories and novels in rural northwest Iowa, where she's found roots and love with her husband, David. Her short fiction has appeared in The Broadkill Review, The Examined Life Journal, St. Anthony Messenger and The Arduous Touch: Women's Voices in Healthcare, (Purdue University Press).