Forgotten Flowers
Forgotten Flowers

Forgotten Flowers

Sullivan, Michael J/Gordon, Jackson/Raeghan, Rebstock

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Publish Authority
ISBN:
978-0-9964755-9-4
With his wife?s memory lost due to a traumatic brain injury, Daniel Kilgore volunteered at Magnolia Garden, an assisted living facility, hoping he could learn how to resurrect his... Más información
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Editorial:
Publish Authority
Encuadernación:
Tapa blanda o Bolsillo
Idioma de publicación :
Inglés
ISBN:
978-0-9964755-9-4
EAN:
9780996475594
Dimensiones:
210 x 148 mm.
Peso:
322 gramos
Nº páginas:
242
Fecha publicación :
01-12-2018
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    Sinopsis de: "Forgotten Flowers"

    With his wife?s memory lost due to a traumatic brain injury, Daniel Kilgore volunteered at Magnolia Garden, an assisted living facility, hoping he could learn how to resurrect his wife?s fading memories. He was drawn to three residents, Delores Samuels, Mary Hillman, and Sandra Cotton. Why were they placed there, only to be forgotten? Daniel knew they had lives that deserved to be remembered. Mary?s husband, George, Sandra?s son, Jim, and Delores?s son Fred would endure their own emotional epiphany causing them to go to the Gardens for atonement. Would it be in time? His wife?s caretaker, Dr. Jane Lincoln, would expose Kilgore?s own emotional confliction between his past and their future. He would struggle with the memories of his past and the chance to make new memories. With unconscionable greed, George Hillman destroyed his wife?s dream of being a mother. As her health and mind faded, and faced with round the clock home care, George placed Mary in Magnolia Gardens. He took solace in the arms of Gilda Ellis, a decision that would have dire consequences.? Sandra Cotton was more of a mother than a grandmothe

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