T.K. (Teresa) Thorne’s writing ranges from poetry, short stories and screenplays to novels. She pens a monthly column for Synergy Magazine and her work has garnered several awards, including ForeWord Review Magazine’s 2009 “Book of the Year” for Historical Fiction for her debut novel, Noah’s Wife. A film from her screenplay, Six Blocks Wide, has shown at film festivals in Alabama and Europe. She retired from the Birmingham Police Department as a captain and currently serves as executive director of the downtown business improvement district, CAP, in Birmingham, AL. Her passions include community service on behalf of the homeless, at-risk children, and lost animals.
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Noah built an ark--but this story has never been told!
Noah's wife is Na'amah, a young girl with what we now know as Asperger Syndrome, who only wishes to be a shepherdess on her beloved hills in ancient Turkey—a desire shattered by the hatred of her powerful brother, the love of two men, and a looming disaster that threatens her world.
Noah built an ark—but this story has never been told!
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