Lost and Found

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Cassie thought that she had married the man she would spend the rest of her life with. For better or worse; until death did them part. Love would be lost to her when her husband died; killed by a mine as he served overseas two days after their son made his presence into the world. More

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Words: 99,930
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458073891
About Deborah A. Price

I was born the middle child of six children. I was the only daughter of struggling middle-class parents in Greensboro, NC. I graduated from high school with no clue as to what I wanted to do with life. College was out of the question due to finances. I dove into working two jobs because I wanted to be on my own.
When I wasn’t working, I was reading. A true addict to books; I would read five to six books at a time. It wouldn't be until later that I would discover my hunger to write. That want quickly turned into a need.
In 1994, I made my first attempt and was quickly told that I wrote like too many other authors. I placed the story in a file and put it away. I thought for good. In the past year, I found that the thirst to write was not buried. I had just placed it on hold until my children had matured enough to entertain themselves. I had again read every book I had, so I took out my first story and rewrote it. Now I have started on my thirteenth novel with hopes of many more to come.
Titles include: Finding Gracie's Rainbow, Finding Annie's Dream, Finding Sammie's Fandsy, Life's Gfit, Lost and Found, The Game, Deception, Rainbow of Roses, and The Key to her Heart.

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Review by: Kimmie on Oct. 16, 2011 :
This was an exceptional book the only wrong thing was it had me crying and laughing out loud. My family thought I was going mad.

Deborah has a great ability and I hope she writes many more.
(review of free book)

Review by: Crystal Corbett on June 30, 2011 :
Great story but written poorly. Jumps around a lot with no indication of a scene/character change, hard to keep up with. Has a lot of potential once it's cleaned up.
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