The Women of Camp Sobingo

Four women of diverse backgrounds form a bond while en route to join their Army officer husbands in Korea in 1946.
Their experiences in a far-flung military compound strengthen three of the women, but a fourth chooses to end her life, and during a reunion twenty-five years later, long-held dark secrets and sorrows are revealed. More

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About Marilyn Morris

Marilyn Celeste Morris is a multi-published author residing in Fort Worth TX. She has two non-fiction works: Once a Brat, the story of her travels with her army officer father in the Cold War Years; and Diagnosis: Lupus: The Intimate Journal of a Lupus Patient, based on her personal experiences with SLE. She is currently writing sequels to both books, each one consisting of comments, experiences and stories from both lupus sufferers and military brats.
Her fiction works include: The Women of Camp Sobingo; Forces of Nature; Sabbath's Gift; Sabbath's House; and a collection of short humor/human interest columns written over a 10 year period for a suburban newspaper, titled: My Ashes of Dead Lovers Garage Sale. Volume II will be published soon.
She is also the author of a soon-to-be released historical romance, The Unexplored Heart and has other novels in process.
She is retired from Corporate America, a grandmother of five, and has never been happier.

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