The Red Quilt by Debbie Raymond-Pinet
A Woman's Legacy Based on Family History

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The Red Quilt is the third installment of the "Housewives Collection" that Debbie Raymond-Pinet has produced. With her emotional, narrative writing, Debbie introduces a whole new list of characters to this fact based story of loss, faith and family. She recognizes that we are who we are from our upbringing. Therefore, she delves into her families past and finds out the truth of a much-too-soon death, to a tragic accident taking two of their own. She manages to grab the reader with the rich history of French Canadians, to the subtlety of what life brings when we awaken to who we are. With self worth and realization, it's a faith filled book that offers light at the end of the tunnel when one feels lost to where they belong. It's an eye opening look at how life changes when we least expect it.
 

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Published December 10, 2008 by AuthorHouse. 164 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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