Susan Ansula Romero, born in the Philippines in 1929, survived the invasion of the Japanese army during World War II by hiding with her family in the rain forests of the island. Desperate to leave poverty behind and see the world, she married a man from Alaska and arrived in Ketchikan to learn that she had six step-children to raise and soon, two of her own. This is her story.
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Susan Ansula Romero, born May 24, 1929 in the Philippines, has lived in Alaska ever since her marriage, working odd jobs to survive - seamstress, baker, waitress. Susan left a poor and desperate country to live in a chilly region of the U.S., survived two abusive marriages, and raised eight children. She told her story to Diane Kinman, who helped edit and publish it. Diane is the award-winning author and publisher of "Franca's Story: Survival in World War II Italy" published in September of 2005.
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Book Description Wimer Publishing Company, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Satisfaction 100% guaranteed. Bookseller Inventory # mon0001428317