Hermiston, OR (Vocus) June 5, 2010
A beautiful, poignant story of life and love awaits readers as author Donna Anderson releases her newly published book, The Right Side of Wrong. She weaves an intricately heartwarming novel that shows how a strong bond and an encouraging, supportive love can help one person face and overcome anything in this world.
The Right Side of Wrong introduces readers to Sam and Mary. Sam is a retired navy officer and is the town’s chief of police. His wife has just died and he takes care of his eleven-year-old twins, Alan and Ann. Mary is divorced and works in a bank. She is also recently elected as a city councilor. It is in the city’s council meetings that the handsome, retiring Sam and the lovely, forty-four-year-old Mary have met. Though Mary’s social life is not that great, she still goes out on dates sometimes. When Sam has asked her to dinner one day, it is truly unexpected and exciting—not just for her but for her friends as well. That dinner date has turned out to be the first of many, which has led to years of fruitful and fulfilling married life.
After years of blissful togetherness, the two will face a seemingly insurmountable obstacle that will burden them physically and emotionally. How will they fare in a battle against cancer, pain, death, loss, and grief? Readers are about to find out as they accompany Sam, Mary, and a host of other compelling characters in The Right Side of Wrong.
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The Right Side of Wrong * by Donna Anderson
Publication Date: June 1, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 276 pages; 978-1-4500-7855-9
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 276 pages; 978-1-4500-7856-6
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4500-7857-3
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