The Lonely Wind Dr Suzanne Schmidt

ISBN: 9780976843108

Published: August 1st 2005

Paperback

167 pages


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The Lonely Wind  by  Dr Suzanne Schmidt

The Lonely Wind by Dr Suzanne Schmidt
August 1st 2005 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 167 pages | ISBN: 9780976843108 | 5.59 Mb

The Lonely Wind is a novel with a message. Author Suzanne Schmidt, a mental health professional, explores family conflict created by a mothers attempts to control outcomes in her daughters life—leading to events that have life-changing consequencesMoreThe Lonely Wind is a novel with a message. Author Suzanne Schmidt, a mental health professional, explores family conflict created by a mothers attempts to control outcomes in her daughters life—leading to events that have life-changing consequences for both.

The story offers a nostalgic look at life in the early 1960s. Flamboyant widow Sudie Brennan is embroiled in a power struggle with her usually docile teenaged daughter Zoe. The source of trouble is one of the town’s star athletes, whose antics on the basketball court excite the small West Texas town where they live. For Sudie, this powerfully sensuous young man threatens the stability and safety of her small family.

In an attempt to control the uncontrollable, she unleashes a whirlwind of chaos that is life-changing for both mother and daughter.



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