A girl runs away from home, searching for the father who abandoned the family. A woman, who has never ventured outside the confines of living with her mother and working at a small printing company, finds her world shattering. Her mother dies, the company falls on hard financial times, and she faces the distinct possibility of losing her home. Water is Wider, a contemporary woman’s novel, tells the story of how these two lives intersect and how bonds between strangers can sometimes grow stronger than bloodlines.
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About the Author
Marie Green McKeon has been a journalist, an advertising and marketing copywriter, and an editor, as well as an author of fiction. She lives near Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.