Linda Raab has a M.S. in education, and her teaching career at the middle school level spans 39 years, from Chicago to her hometown of Bedford in southern Indiana. Her specialties include English, journalism, and history. She also studied art and design in Paris and Rome. Known as Dear Raaby, Linda has been giving teens advice since 1989, first as editor of The Cutter’s Edge, a middle school publication, and more recently as a weekly guest columnist for the Times-Mail in Bedford, Indiana. In 1996 she was awarded Teacher of the Year for distinguished service to the youth of Bedford. Linda lives in Bedford with her husband James, and may be reached at email@example.com for book signings or other information.
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The Man Who Forgot How to Laugh
by Linda Raab
Victor is a man who wanders the countryside trying to forget the tragedy that devastated his life. He settles in a village where he is unknown. In his day-to-day business as a blacksmith he encounters Ranette, who sees the despair in Victor and tries to befriend him. A surprise awaits them both when Victor reveals his secret and Ranette must face the consequences of her meddling.
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