Church Of The Old Mermaids by Kim Antieau

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Myla Alvarez, novice, walks into the Sonoran desert near Tucson, Arizona and begins telling stories about the Old Mermaids who were washed ashore onto the New Desert when the Old Sea dried up. In this mystical new world, they lived, created, and walked in beauty. Myla finds sustenance and meaning in their lives and stories. But she worries that Homeland Security may discover the illegal immigrants she harbors at the Old Mermaid Sanctuary. When an old friend reenters her life, Myla begins to doubt herself and the wisdom of preserving the Old Mermaid Sanctuary. Will the Old Mermaids come to her aid? Church of the Old Mermaids is a tale of redemption, love, compassion, and mystery.
 

About Kim Antieau

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Kim Antieau is the author of many novels, including most recently Ruby's Imagine, Broken Moon, and Coyote Cowgirl. She and her husband Mario Milosevic swim in the Pacific Northwest and Desert Southwest.
 
Published November 24, 2008 by Ruby Rose's Fairy Tale Emporium. 298 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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