Right On Time by Ellen Barton

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Right On Time is a captivating story for the modern reader. An insprirational novel which takes us into the life of Francine Marshall a 26 year old cocaine addicted small time hustler. Who is desperately looking for her place in the world. Still living with her mother Francine wrestles with the death of her favorite aunt, the realities of poverty and the abandonment of her father. Francine aims to be a person whose life makes a positive difference on others. A journey inwhich she encounters : pimps, pedophiles, prostitutes, pharisees, racists and the incestous. Treating them all the way they deserve to be treated, she never loses faith and finds refuge talking to God, writing and photography.

About Ellen Barton

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Ellen Barton lives in Ontario with her partner and two children.  This is her second novel.  Her first THEN THERE WAS IRON is a unique look at the American slavery experience. 
Published June 2, 2008 by AuthorHouse. 260 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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