Silence On The Hill

Author: Leta Wilson Parker
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1984586912
File Size: 67,47 MB
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Silence on the Hill is a telling tale of relationships with family, friends, and faith. It speaks to the devotion and love that unites family members in a lifetime of commitment and dedication even after death. But on the other hand, it is exposes family secrets, jealousies, betrayal, blame and intolerance that infiltrates all families. It explores friendship and the lifelong bond that two women, through no choice of their own, develop as they continue on with the family legacy, the McClellan farm. They find themselves to be each other’s anchor with true understanding, acceptance, and good will for each other. The book is about faith. Faith that someone is listening, watching, helping, and hoping. It is a testament to approaching life with belief and confidence that you are where you belong and doing what you should be doing, and the consequences when you do not.
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