Evedine L. Lane


Born in 1922 to a farm family in northeast Montana, Evedine L. Lane grew up
assuming that government authorities in America shared and upheld the values
of honesty and justice that she was taught. Experience proved otherwise.
Years later, when she and her husband found themselves in a long and
seemingly hopeless fight against government corruption and its attendant
public opinion, they came to realize something profound: Truth is not just a
word. Truth is a power that cannot be destroyed or overruled. With this
knowledge, though helpless herself, the author knew the story of their
surprising journey had to be written.


They Weave the Spider's Web
Price: Free! Words: 46,240. Language: English. Published: April 27, 2014 by Zawn Books. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Personal memoir
This is the true story of an ordinary American couple's encounter with corruption in public institutions and government, and their faith in God as they faced it. They learned that Truth is not just a word but a real power, one that cannot be destroyed or overruled.

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