Man in the Corner: A Holiday Story

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Mae Taylor and her son Josiah just want to be left alone after the divorce. Their plans to start over solo are jostled when they move next door to Mr. Tom, a lonely widower and retired school teacher. Together, this unlikely trio finds a second chance at faith, hope and love with help from Gettysburg, cookbooks, an attic secret and two 'Christmas ghosts.'

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Words: 6,890
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301212965
About Kristine Lowder

A southern California native transplanted to the soggy Pacific Northwest, Kristine Lowder specializes in what one wag dubbed “excruciatingly insightful prose.” When attempting to avoid being excruciating or insightful—which is most of the time—Kristine hikes, reads voraciously, enjoys exploring the Cascades and will do almost anything to avoid scrubbing the bathtub.

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Review by: Julie Catherine Vigna on Dec. 23, 2012 :
I absolutely loved this short story by Kristine Lowder. "Man In The Corner" is a wonderful tale with old-world charm and that warm family feeling - I can't say much more or I'll spoil it for you, and it's definitely worth the read. I really like Kristine's plain, homey style of writing; it draws you into her world with such ease and comfort. ~ Julie
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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