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Susie was nine months old when her mother died. From then until she met Arthur, life was not easy. Many would not have called it easy after they married and settled on a Connecticut farm, where she lived for the rest of her life.
Susie is a turn-of-the-century tale of a woman who always met life head-on with all its challenges of mud roads in the spring, chimney fires in the winter, tramps at the door, midwife in an emergency, and her own three children to raise. In its own way, too, it is a love story of a fifty-seven-year marriage.
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Evelyn Copeland taught school for thirty-five years before she found time to write. Since retiring from public schools in Fairfield, Connecticut, she has written three books. The first was about her seven-acre home on the banks of Lake Jeffery in Florida, the second about her travels in a motor home with a companion in search of birds from Texas to Hudson Bay, from Machias Island off the coast of Maine to Cave Creek Canyon, Arizona.
More recently Very Nearly Me: Adventures of an Anglophile relives the sabbatical year she spent in Great Britain visiting and photographing scenes from English literature. She lives in Southbury, Connecticut.
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