Cinderella's Daughter and the Secret of Big Bend by Diane Garner

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"Diane Garner considers herself a small town Texas Anglo girl with an astonishingly successful single mom. She experiences a dramatic transition from desperate poverty that resulted when her father abandoned the family.

The family finds prosperity in a small Texas town when her mother becomes a hospital executive—a very unusual career for a woman in the fifties. Diane grows up in the nurturing community where she enjoys various adventures and mischievous pranks with friends. One day at the age of twenty-two she learns a startling secret about her mother’s hidden past, then embarks on a journey to restore the lost legacy of her family."

About Diane Garner

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Diane Garnergrew up in small town Texas and taught in Houston's public school system. As a young mother, she learned about her grandfather through his letters she inherited and her mother's hidden background. In retirement she joined a memoir class to publish his letters and her own story,Cinderella's Daughter.
Published June 5, 2012 by iUniverse. 332 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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