Ursula's Shadow

Ursula's Shadow

by Ralph Souders
Ursula's Shadow

Ursula's Shadow

by Ralph Souders



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Ursula's Shadow primarily takes place in modern day Munich, Germany. It is about a young woman named Ursula Eisner who suffers from loneliness due to an inexplicable problem that she experiences. She is a school teacher, well educated, with a pleasant outgoing personality who makes friends easily. She is highly regarded by her fellow teachers and friends. Despite her friendliness and her ability to easily meet male companions, she is unable to cultivate a lasting relationship with any of these men. Although they all initially seem to like her and are pleased to begin dating her, they quickly become disinterested and no longer want to be with her. Most of them simply stop contacting her altogether and those with whom she has an opportunity to speak, provide her with vague reasons for their sudden loss of interest. Perplexed, she finally sees a psychiatrist but he is unable to diagnose a personality flaw in her. Instead, he informs her that her difficulty is most likely the result of some outside influence that he cannot identify. She will have to determine for herself what this might be if she is ever to find the happiness that she seeks.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157208905
Publisher: The Book Patch
Publication date: 01/19/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 372
File size: 305 KB

About the Author

Ralph S. Souders is an American author of suspense novels. A native of the Chicago area, he has also lived in South and Central Florida, Upstate New York and East Tennessee. He is a graduate of the University of Central Florida. Since graduation he has worked almost exclusively in executive positions in the American subsidiaries of German manufacturing companies. He has written hundreds of business letters through the years and this is how he believes he honed his writing skills. Today he is happily married to his wife of thirty years. They have one daughter who is a special education school teacher. They reside in the northwest suburbs of Chicago.
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