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Im letzten Licht des Tages: Roman

Im letzten Licht des Tages Roman Abgr nde und Geheimnisse in einem ergreifenden FamilienromanPony die j ngste Tochter einer reichen Industriellenfamilie ertrinkt in einem See W hrend seine anderen Schwestern in ihrer Trauer gefange

  • Title: Im letzten Licht des Tages: Roman
  • Author: Pam Lewis Kristina Lake-Zapp
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 101
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  • Abgr nde und Geheimnisse in einem ergreifenden FamilienromanPony, die j ngste Tochter einer reichen Industriellenfamilie, ertrinkt in einem See W hrend seine anderen Schwestern in ihrer Trauer gefangen sind, zweifelt William als Einziger an dem Unfall Warum wollte sich Pony am Tag ihres Todes mit ihm treffen Weshalb lie sie ihren kleinen Sohn Andrew am Ufer zur ck, undAbgr nde und Geheimnisse in einem ergreifenden FamilienromanPony, die j ngste Tochter einer reichen Industriellenfamilie, ertrinkt in einem See W hrend seine anderen Schwestern in ihrer Trauer gefangen sind, zweifelt William als Einziger an dem Unfall Warum wollte sich Pony am Tag ihres Todes mit ihm treffen Weshalb lie sie ihren kleinen Sohn Andrew am Ufer zur ck, und wer war der Fremde, der mit Pony gesehen wurde Fragen, die die ganze Familie in einen dunklen Sog ziehen und ein Geheimnis offenbaren, das ihre aller Leben f r immer ver ndern wird

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    1. Pam Lewis Kristina Lake-Zapp

      I was a city girl, born in Burbank California to a pair of ambitious parents who moved the family every few years as my father sought greater responsibilities in the then bourgeoning aviation industry We finally settled in New York City long enough for me to attend high school I was shy, too tall too soon, and only excelled at school when I finally set my sights on Stanford University and squeaked in on so so grades.I married immediately after college, and went to work as a programmer until the birth of my sons Lukas and Joshua Casey, who are now well into their adulthoods While they grew I worked at a motley assortment of jobs including Welcome Wagon lady, treasurer to a small corporation, reporter, freelance writer and swim instructor When serious money was required, I put my head down, gritted my teeth and wrote marketing copy for insurance companies in which the objective was to make readers see their diminishing health and retirement benefits as a welcome change For this I apologize As an antidote, I wrote fiction furiously every morning, as pleasure and therapy than with an eye to publication, which, at that point in my life, seemed unlikely On the cusp of my 59th year, however, Speak Softly, She Can Hear was taken by Simon and Schuster, then Perfect Family and now, with the publication of A Young Wife, a third.A Young Wife is something of a departure from my earlier books It s a sweeping story, told on a grander scale than the others It also has some of its roots in family history.During our many moves, my California grandmother s rare visits were highlights She told me stories of a disaster at sea, a burning ship, circling sharks and a husband s heroism She spoke of her life as a very young bride in a place called Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina She recalled handsome gauchos who rode into town on fabulous horses decked in turquoise and silver, and of their thunderous races down the dusty main street.I had many questions Why had she and her husband gone there Who was this husband Why did my mother refuse to speak of him, not even to give me his name Much later in my life, I learned that at age fifteen my grandmother was hired to tend a dying relative in the home of my then thirty five year old grandfather, that he took her to South America to start a store there, and that he ultimately abandoned her in New York City with four young daughters and few skills Most astonishingly, that she continued to love him until she died.This scant but rich information was a rare gift for a fiction writer The exotic settings, the passion, and his devastating betrayal became the bones on which to build a story I was glad not to know everything virtually nothing of my grandfather so that my imagination was free to make up the rest.

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