Grace by Charles Higgins

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Grace was a single child raised by loving parents; encouraged to do her best and to complete any projects that she started. She was slim, standing five foot ten inches with long blond hair. Her training in ballet as a youngster and a self-defense course in college left her with a smooth walk and great confidence in herself.Hank, her husband, also was a single child whose father walked out on the family. His mother worked two or three jobs daily to help put him through college. He started delivering newspapers at eight and learned early that hard work paid off. This proved true after college and work became his crusade.The marriage of these two dominant personalities, with their strong individual work ethics, becomes a major challenge for them both. Add mystery, intrigue, disappointment, and life threatening experiences, and Grace's true essence delightfully unfolds as she becomes a woman in charge of her destiny.

About Charles Higgins

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Charles and Regina Higgins have worked together as educational writers for fifteen years. They each have a Ph.D. in English from Indiana University.
Published July 14, 2005 by iUniverse, Inc.. 212 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance. Fiction

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