The Angels' Lament: Etched in Granite Historical Fiction Series - Book Two

1872. Sarah leaves NH for the textile mills of Fall River. The narrative spans generations, back to the shores of Ireland. Bringing us into a spinner’s world while living in a tenement unfit for humans, she meets a worldly lamplighter and finds an unlikely, dangerous escape. Her world is shattered, and the truth unveiled when she meets Bess, the daughter of a powerful corporate lawyer. More

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About Mj Pettengill

Mj Pettengill is an author and social historian with a focus on cultural narrative and traditions, collective and intergenerational trauma integration, and social welfare development.
As a freelance writer, she has contributed to numerous magazines and is a facilitator of creative writing and transformative arts workshops.
Pedaling through history is not new to her. In addition to playing the cello, she studied Civil War Musicology.
She works and creates in her woodland studio and lives on a farm in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Mj is also a wildcraft herbalist, aligned with her passion for nature and exploring the ancient healing traditions, customs, and folklore of her ancestors.
Mj Pettengill is the author of The Etched in Granite Historical Fiction Series.
In addition to earning undergraduate degrees in social history, psychology, and music, she received an MFA in creative writing.

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