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In the mid 1800s, a divorced woman has few options. But Esther Taylor is no ordinary woman. Leaving an abusive husband while trying to keep her two children safe is just the beginning. Esther makes her way in the world by virtue of her wit and strong work ethic. Whether working as a cook at a riverside café or as a ranch hand at round-ups, Esther’s pioneer spirit and gut-wrenching determination to move forward are inspirational and a font of strength to her children, Mark and Joan. When the Civil War erupts, Esther’s fortitude is tested in ways she never imagined with the disappearance of both her newfound love and her son amid the carnage of the war. Ever relentless, Esther searches for her scattered family. Can her indomitable spirit bear the realities of love and war to triumph one more time?
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About the Author
Jim was born and raised in S.E. Missouri, graduated with a B.S. degree from Purdue University and has lived most of his adult life with his wife, Wilma, in Indiana. Telling stories to his young family members has always been a treasure and resulted in him being asked to write them down for future generations. Jim accepted the challenge and started writing his books after retirement. His writings promote living an exciting good life with high morals as his vocal tales have always conveyed.