Absence of Grace by Ann Warner

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The memory of an act committed when she was nineteen is the dark thread that has woven through Clen McClendon's life. It is a darkness she ignores until the discovery of her husband's infidelity serves as a tipping point, propelling her into a quest for redemption and forgiveness. In the beginning, that quest provides few answers and peace remains elusive, even though she spends time in an abbey. When she leaves the abbey, Clen makes the random choice to go to Wrangell, Alaska. But she soon discovers no choice is ever truly random and each one has consequences.

About Ann Warner

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Warner received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music from Seattle Pacific University. Later, she took advanced graduate studies at the University of Washington and the University of Alaska. She began teaching in Seattle, Washington. After a few years she moved and taught in Anchorage, Alaska.Ann now spends time creating and recording music.
Published July 24, 2012 by Silky Stone Press. 234 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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