Rod Mills Opens the Gateway to Insights through Three Different Women

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New work of fiction highlights the eccentric adventures of survival, love and freedom.

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Compelling and highly controversial, Song of Silver Lake illustrates the lives of three different women whose paths have taken them to a common place of refuge. Created by author Rod Mills, this fascinating book introduces readers to three main characters, Ruth, Audrey and Grace. With their unique life experiences, readers will learn a myriad of insights on the quest for freedom, the inevitability of love and the unwavering strength of the human spirit to thrive despite times of adversity and trials.

In this book, readers will come across the eclectic experiences of three different women, one running away from her past as she decides to keep the child that was meant for a wealthy, childless couple. Another desperately looking for the love of her life who ends up being less than the ideal man she imagines and the third being a prostitute looking for her way out of trouble. These stories eventually lead at one common juncture, to Silver Lake, Idaho.

A literary representation of the frailty of the human soul and the sequence of events that lead to a better understanding of life, despite coming from unconventional personas and non-idealistic circumstances, Song of Silver Lake is a compelling work of fiction that will indeed transform one’s view of life.

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About the Author
Rod Mills pastored churches in the Northwest and Chicago area. A former high school English and Spanish teacher, he also served as missionary to Mexico. Mills studied at the University of Oregon, and received his Th.D from Kingsway Seminary.

Song Of Silver Lake * by Rod Mills
Publication Date: April 10, 2013
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 575 pages; 978-1-4797-8141-6
Trade Hardback; $34.99; 575 pages; 978-1-4797-8142-3
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-8143-0

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