HEMLOCK, N.Y. (PRWEB) October 16, 2014
In “Let the Well Run Dry” (published by Xlibris), author Joy Falk shows readers how disturbed she is by acts inflicted upon innocent and unsuspecting individuals by creating a story that shows how lives can be destroyed by other people’s cruelty and malice.
Joy Falk’s poignant new novel, “Let the Well Run Dry", depicts the life of a young girl named Ana growing into womanhood in the 1940s. The story shows how Ana had big dreams and a wonderful family until tragedy struck and plucked it all away from her and soon leads her to revelations of deceit and betrayal. Her life is thrown into chaos and she is soon subjected to bouts of physical and emotional abuse that leaves her scarred for life.
It is a tragic tale that unfolds as the truth is revealed. It shows how cruel acts have been committed for centuries by people of sick minds and how lies, deception and betrayal can destroy many people’s lives.
“Let the Well Run Dry”
By Joy Falk
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 96 pages | ISBN 9781499061086
Softcover | 6x9 in | 96 pages | ISBN 9781499061093
E-Book | 96 pages | ISBN 9781499061109
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Joy Falk was reared on a farm along with her seven sisters. The homestead was about six miles from where famed author Hamlin Garland lived as a young lad. She attended a one-room school house for the first eight years of her education, graduating 8th grade as a lone student. She pursued a career in nursing and became a registered nurse. She lived with her husband of 55 years, nestled in the countryside of the Northeast. Now widowed, she spends her time writing. This is a first work of fiction by the author who is nearing the age of 80.
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