Fish in a Bird's Nest

A gripping and authentic story of friendship that blossoms into love, amid cultural, religious, and racial diversity that were usually insurmountable barriers in the early part of the 20th century in America. Choices and their harsh consequences bring two families through pain, sorrow, and unification when children refuse to be captives of social bigotry and cultural misunderstanding. More

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About F. Elizabeth Hauser

F. Elizabeth Hauser is a retired Registered Nurse.She grew up in the Northwest, but lived for many years in Arizona in the Gila Valley, the setting for two of her books. She resides now in Oregon with her husband where she belongs to the Mid-Valley Chapter of Willamette Writers and a small private writing group, River Road Riters. She enjoys her family first and foremost, with five grown children and eleven grandchildren.Together, she and her husband have eight children and fourteen grandchildren. She is an avid camper, enjoys hiking, and loves to delve into family history research.

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