Copyright 2016 © by Karen Vorbeck Williams
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In The House on Seventh Street
Winna returns to her Colorado hometown to settle her father's estate and sell his last residence, the grand Edwardian house built by her grandfather. She shares childhood memories with her married daughter as they clean and sort through both trash and treasure. Winna hopes to reconcile with her disinherited sister Chloe, and resumes relationships with her best friend and her high school boyfriend.
The author's debut novel placed first in general fiction at the 2012 New England Book Festival. My Enemy's Tears was also a finalist
in the 2015 Eric Hoffer Awards.
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