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Mary Morgan

Mary Morgan was born and raised in Great Britain but has lived in Seattle, Washington, since the 1970s with her husband and three children. Originally trained as a nurse and midwife, Morgan has also tried various other jobs, including that of flight attendant, antique dealer, and hotel manager. She has published numerous short stories and novels, including The House at the Edge of the Jungle, a tale of an Englishwoman's search for her past during World War II in the Far East.

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A woman's search for the key to the mystery of her mother's fate leads to a revelation about her own life

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The Sound of Her Name

Mary Morgan

It is June in the turbulent year of 1968. Tim Bruce is about to leave on a trip to Europe before being drafted into the war in Vietnam. At a party at his parent's home, he overhears his father,...

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When you wanderdown a leafy pathI can smellyour invisibletrail . . .This cozy story gently teaches children what to do if they lose their way, and reassures them that a search-and-rescue...

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