After Moses by Karen Mockler
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After Moses tells the story of the eccentric Tumarkin family, who must first suffer the loss of its reckless daughter Shoe and then of Moses, Shoe's five-year-old son. Set in a small, southern Ohio town, the novel interweaves the stories of three lonely siblings—Shoe, Johnny, and Ida, a painter and recluse who has never moved out of her parents' house. In Shoe's final will, she tries to cure that loneliness: a wife for Johnny, a son for Ida.But comanionship cannot be parceled out like possessions. Johnny will not marry a woman on demand—even if he happens to love her. Ida will adore her nephew Moses and the tall stranger who walks into their lives, but will they become a family? And what does a young boy do when his parents' worlds collide?After Moses is testament to the fact that love leaves a legacy—and often surprises, too.

About the Author: Karen Mockler was born and raised in Omaha. She now lives with her fiancé in Cody, Wyoming. After Moses is her first novel.

About Karen Mockler

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Karen was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. She is a freelance writer, copy editor, radio reporter and part-time librarian.
Published March 24, 2010 by MP Publishing Limited. 379 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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