V. E. Palm

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V. E. Palm is a retired New Jersey public school teacher. He taught fourth, fifth, and sixth grades and completed his career as an adjunct professor of teacher training at Felician University. He resides with his wife, Joyce, near Easton, Pennsylvania, and spends summers in Montana. He and Joyce find joy in their three children, seven grandchildren, friends, golf, food, travel, and books.


Aunt Eleanor's Men: A True Story of One Woman's Pursuit of Grandeur
Price: $5.95 USD. Words: 97,750. Language: English. Published: September 26, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Woman biographies
Eleanor knew the world. She knew geography. Ocean liners and trains, timetables, maps, depots, piers, cities, towns, hotels, and shops were her stepping-stones—the rigging for her life on the lam. She was an agile and erudite traveler, and her movable scam propelled her across two continents. She claimed fluency in French, Russian, Italian, and German. Her easy way with language, her cunning, her

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