Hutchinson, William G A Letter to Amy

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Amelia Albermarle awakens on her eightieth birthday to heavy snowfall and an unsettling dream from her past. Trapped in her home, she allows herself to revisit the memories of a forbidden love for a boy with whom she shared everything but the color of his skin. One hundred miles away, widower Robert Dawes discovers a sixty-year old letter hidden on his converted 1930's trawler. His search to find its intended recipient leads him to Amelia's door and the details of a love story which took place at the height of WWII. Robert is suffering from a broken leg and a broken heart. Whether by coincidence or Providence, the letter provides the spark he needs to jump-start his life. He sets off to deliver it not knowing if the woman to whom it's addressed is still even living. The search uncovers a moving story of love, bigotry, and a lie still alive after more than six decades. It also unites four people haunted by their pasts, renewing their hope for the future.

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William Hutchinson and his wife Nora live in Olympia, WA. They have two children and three grandchildren.

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Book Description Createspace, United States, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 216 x 140 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Amelia Albermarle awakens on her eightieth birthday to heavy snowfall and an unsettling dream from her past. Trapped in her home, she allows herself to revisit the memories of a forbidden love for a boy with whom she shared everything but the color of his skin. One hundred miles away, widower Robert Dawes discovers a sixty-year old letter hidden on his converted 1930 s trawler. His search to find its intended recipient leads him to Amelia s door and the details of a love story which took place at the height of WWII. Robert is suffering from a broken leg and a broken heart. Whether by coincidence or Providence, the letter provides the spark he needs to jump-start his life. He sets off to deliver it not knowing if the woman to whom it s addressed is still even living. The search uncovers a moving story of love, bigotry, and a lie still alive after more than six decades. It also unites four people haunted by their pasts, renewing their hope for the future. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781442148116

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Book Description Paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback. 254 pages. Amelia Albermarle awakens on her eightieth birthday to heavy snowfall and an unsettling dream from her past. Snowbound, she allows herself to revisit the memories of a forbidden love for a boy with whom she shared everything but the color of his skin. One hundred miles away widower Robert Dawes discovers a sixty year old letter hidden on his converted 1930s fishing trawler. His search to find its intended recipient leads him to Amelias door and the details of a lovestory which took place in Seattle at the height of WWII. Robert is suffering from a broken ankle and a broken heart. Whether by coincidence or Providence, the letter provides the spark he needs to jump-start his life again. He sets off to deliver it not knowing if the woman to whom its written is still even living. The search uncovers a moving story of love, bigotry, and a lie still alive after more than six decades. It also unites four strangers haunted by their pasts with a renewed hope for the future. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781442148116

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Book Description Createspace, United States, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 216 x 140 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Amelia Albermarle awakens on her eightieth birthday to heavy snowfall and an unsettling dream from her past. Trapped in her home, she allows herself to revisit the memories of a forbidden love for a boy with whom she shared everything but the color of his skin. One hundred miles away, widower Robert Dawes discovers a sixty-year old letter hidden on his converted 1930 s trawler. His search to find its intended recipient leads him to Amelia s door and the details of a love story which took place at the height of WWII. Robert is suffering from a broken leg and a broken heart. Whether by coincidence or Providence, the letter provides the spark he needs to jump-start his life. He sets off to deliver it not knowing if the woman to whom it s addressed is still even living. The search uncovers a moving story of love, bigotry, and a lie still alive after more than six decades. It also unites four people haunted by their pasts, renewing their hope for the future. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781442148116

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