Tucker's Way by David Johnson

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One woman's childhood was steeped in abuse and poverty. Another woman lived a public life of privilege and a private life of abuse. Tucker's Way is the tale of Tucker and Ella who are forced to trust each other with their lives. Much like the characters portrayed by Nicole Kidman and Renee Zellweger in "Cold Mountain," they come from very different backgrounds and believe they have very little in common. But they soon find that they share a common link of abuse and neglect that continues to chain them to their past and will ultimately link them together. Raised by an abusive father and living on welfare in the south, Tucker trusts no one. She lives as isolated a life as she can while also raising her daughter’s three children. But when Ella moves in next door, Tucker is forced to rethink her view of the world. Ella is recovering from breast cancer and from being divorced by one of Tucker’s long time antagonists, Judge Jack. Ella's openness about her life crashes headlong into Tucker's closed-door attitude. Tucker's Way is an inspirational story about overcoming incredible odds.

About David Johnson

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David Johnson has worked in the helping professions for over thirty-five years. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has a Master's Degree in Social Work. Prior to his work as a therapist he spent fifteen years in full time ministry.He has authored five books: Navigating the Passages of Marriage, Tucker's Way, For Tucker, An Unexpected Frost, and Real People, Real Problems. And he has had articles published in national and local publications.He maintains an active blog: www.thefrontwindow.wordpress.comHe is also the Conductor of the David Johnson Chorus (www.davidjohnsonchorus.com)
Published April 30, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 136 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality. Fiction

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