Left Behind

When her husband dies unexpectedly, Babette Carter finds herself backtracking across her life as an honored author and college professor to her childhood growing up poor and abused. Using friends and her sister Trina as catalysts, Babette tries to come to terms with why she hid so much of herself from her husband, her friends, and, as she discovers, from herself. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781370160822
About Neil Hetzner

Neil (aka C.N.) Hetzner is married, has two children, and lives a mile from the edge of the continent in Rhode Island. Since his inauspicious birth in Indiana in 1948 he has worked as a cook, millwright, newspaper columnist, business professor, vacuumist, printer’s assistant, landscaper, railroader, caterer, factory worker, consulting editor, and, currently, real estate agent.

In addition to working, which he likes a lot, and writing, which he likes even more, he enjoys reading, weaving, cooking, and intrepidly screwing up house repairs.

His writing runs the gamut from young adult futurism to stories about the intricacies of families; however, if there is a theme that links his writing, it is the complicated and miraculous mathematics of mercy.

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