In the summer of 1982, in southwest Atlanta, Georgia, twenty-four year old flight attendant, Pamela Barnett Hogan, thinks that life is as good as it gets. Then, the unthinkable happens... a devastating tragedy strikes – she witnesses her brother's murder and barely escapes with her own life. In that very instant, Pamela's world is transformed into a spiraling web of heartbreak, suspicion, and betrayal. As Pamela learns more about her brother's cold-blooded murderer, her vivid, reoccurring nightmares intensify. Adding insult to injury, her husband, Ryan Hogan, confesses to an adulterous affair with a younger woman. Never one to give up, Pamela continues to endure each and every low blow that life throws her way. But when her child is kidnapped – she must somehow find the strength to get through. When love finally manages to find its way back into her heart, Pamela begins to feel as if her life is on-track again. However, fate has yet another unbelievable ordeal for Pamela Hogan– an ordeal that forces her to reveal her secret guilt and to face her deepest fear.
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About the Author
Victoria Miguel-Joseph is a pseudonym created from the names of the author's children and husband. Born in Augusta, Georgia, the author attended Westside High School. It was at Westside, under the leadership of her Honors English teacher that Victoria Miguel-Joseph discovered her love and skill for writing. She attended Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia and earned her degree from the University of Phoenix. While working as a flight attendant for a major airline, Victoria Miguel-Joseph began writing When Never Comes Again. The novel, inspired by actual events, is the author's first book. Victoria Miguel-Joseph resides in the metropolitan Atlanta area with her husband and youngest daughter. She is currently working on her second book.
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When Never Comes Again - A Novel based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Victoria weaves an intriguing tale in such a way that you don't want it to end. You feel like Pam is sitting in your living room telling you her story and you can see it and feel like you were there. A real hit! Can't wait to read more from Victoria Miguel-Joseph.