Standing at the Corner of Lost and Found
by Jan Marin Tramontano
Lisa goes to college in high spirits. Determined to cast off her family’s persistent warnings that life is a tragedy waiting to happen, she is devastated when it does. A widow whose only son was killed in Vietnam, finds Lisa wandering the beach one night and rescues her. Lisa transforms her tragic loss into purpose and catalyzes an unlikely group of women to reinvent their shattered lives. Framed by the political and social landscape of the 1960s and 1970s, this story celebrates the buoyant spirit of sisterhood in healing broken hearts and restoring fragile dreams.
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