San Francisco, CA, October 26, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Two sisters from the same family are as different as night and day. Dorothy is the prim and proper one, and Ruth is more laid-back and easygoing. As they grow up, their relationship gets more uncomfortable and strained. As the story unfolds, all aspects of the sisters' relationship comes to a dramatic and emotional end.
Ruth has a daughter from a failed marriage, and Dorothy takes the sick child home with her to nurse her to health and then moves away without telling Ruth. Ruth stays in New York to find work; when she can't locate her sister and daughter, she becomes frantic. Without a job, she soon falls into the homeless way of life. Ruth befriends a wonderful and helpful group of homeless people and soon calls them family.
However, no bad deed goes unpunished.
The Interview includes a variety of wonderful characters. The story shows the reader different types of people who become homeless. They are sons, daughters, sisters, brothers, and the list goes on. Every kind of emotion is held within the pages of this novel. All aspects of the sisters' relationship comes to a beautiful, dramatic and emotional end. This is a story readers won't soon forget.
Available in both print and ebook versions.
Author: L.M. Henderson
Publisher: Balboa Press
Published: February 2012
About The Author:
L.M. Henderson has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area all her life. She and her late husband were involved in little theatre throughout their marriage. He was an actor, and Linda was a singer. They have two children and six grandchildren. She and her husband traveled to many places and enjoyed the different cultures.
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