Through her Aunt's memory, which sometimes needs jogging, Cassie relives each of her Aunt’s travels and expeditions.
(PRWEB) September 22, 2013
Marie Therese, a collector of Vintage Costume Jewelry and an Instructor of Jewelry Creation and Design, has completed her first book "The Mysterious Letter: Aunt Lee's Legacy": a gripping and potent collection of anecdotes that allows the reader to reach into the past, stay involved in the present, and have hope for the future through the experiences of Aunt Lee's niece Cassie.
Speaking about her new book Therese says "I believe that this story can have the power of giving dreams and hopes to any reader. Aunt Lee's adventures, through Cassie's eyes, can be the vehicle for possibilities of the future."
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Marie Therese’s poignant tale offers knowledge of near and far lands to imaginative young readers.
This is the story of teenage Cassie, whose entire life is changed following the sudden death of her parents several years ago. Learning to cope with sadness and loneliness, she drifts along moving neither forwards nor backwards. One day, a strange letter arrives which prompts the beginning of the next stage of her life.
The writer of the mysterious letter is revealed to be Cassie's Aunt Lee, an aging writer for a travel magazine. With her brother Josh's blessing, Cassie travels to New York and meets with her Aunt. The puzzle is solved when Cassie is asked by Aunt Lee to record her spectacular adventures. This means a new life for Cassie, complete with changing schools and living quarters.
Readers who wish to experience this exhilarating work can purchase "The Mysterious Letter: Aunt Lee's Legacy" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information, review copies or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.
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