Face the Winter Naked

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Daniel Tomelin, a battle-worn veteran with PTSD—haunted by the carnage of World War 1—deserts his wife & children in the Great Depression & becomes a hobo seeking work & relief from his nightmares. Readers may feel they're traveling with this simple carpenter in the Ozark hills of Missouri, looking for food & work, but they'll be glad they're not. If you enjoyed THE GRAPES OF WRATH, read this! More

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About Bonnie Turner

Bonnie Turner (AKA Aurorawolf) is an Independent Publisher, Author, Proofreader, and Copyeditor. She writes Children's Fiction and Nonfiction, Young Adult and Adult Historical Fiction, Humor, Satire and Romantic Suspense. She's a Jazz-Fusion & Classical music fan with a background in parapsychology, metaphysics, and yoga. Born in Independence, Missouri, at the height of the Great Depression, she currently lives in De Pere, Wisconsin.


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Daniel Tomelin, a battle-worn veteran haunted by the carnage of the First World War, abandons his family in the Great Depression and goes on the road in search of work and relief from his nightmares ... and returns to find his family has become victims of violence.

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Loretta Giacoletto reviewed on on Sep. 21, 2010

Bonnie Turner’s Face the Winter Naked captures the heart of the Great Depression with a compassionate account of one family’s struggle to survive poverty, despair, and sorrow. Thumbs up for an entertaining read that made me glad to be living in today’s world instead of the 1930’s.
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