Where the Heart Lives by Mara Purl
A Milford-Haven Novel

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Is the heart a better navigator than the head? Artist Miranda Jones has followed her heart to a new home in the beautiful California coastal town of Milford-Haven, and now begins to map her emotional and professional life from a new perspective. An extensive Los Angeles research trip takes her from the Palos Verdes peninsula to the Mojave Desert, and from the Hollywood Bowl to the Angeles Crest National Forest. Meanwhile her Milford-Haven friends have adventures of their own: Samantha Hugo plunges into a search for the son she gave up years earlier; restaurant owner Sally O'Mally suddenly encounters the highschool man she lost. Each woman wrestles with her own core issues while balancing demanding careers with the attentions of interesting men.Though the book stands alone, it is also Book 2 in the critically acclaimed, award-winning, Amazon best-selling series, a multi-generational saga. Based on Purl's BBC Radio drama Milford-Haven U.S.A.
 

About Mara Purl

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Mara Purl is the author of the popular Milford-Haven Novels, based on her original hit radio drama Milford-Haven U.S.A. that reached 4.5 million listeners on BBC radio. Mara is a former journalist for the Associated Press, the Financial Times of London and Rolling Stone, and a former actress on Days Of Our Lives.
 
Published November 5, 2012 by Bellekeep Books. 384 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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The publishing industry typically represents glitz as a function of metropolitan sophistication and Hollywood fame, yet in Where the Heart Lives, Mara Purl strategically presents a glamorous alternative to big-city vibrancy.

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