The true love story of two women, Susan and Miriam, a multiple personality. Together they spend twenty years in exile, fleeing Miriam's father, a murderer and leader of a satanic ritual cult. They escape to many places-New York City, the Hamptons, Wyoming, the California coast, the fierce Anza-Borrego desert, a blueberry farm in the mountains of Tennessee and to Mother India. Together they search for safety, for calm, for healing, for joy and for God. This is their heroic and poignant saga. Once on a visit to see Doctor Ni, a survivor of Nanking, Susan asked her how she felt about the Chinese taking Tibet. She paused a full minute and then said, "Better to think vegetables."
- 278 pages
- CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (6/26/17)
- 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches