by Cynthia Ward
Genre Fiction
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    Cynthia Ward
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    Writers Collective Assoc (July 15, 2004)
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    164 pages
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    Genre Fiction
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All rights reserved by the author. Told from Claire's perspective, Sometimes There is A Dove contains some humorous antics common to all kids and memories from an era gone by with a slower and seemingly safer pace of life. Please do not copy without permission. Told from Claire's perspective, Sometimes There is A Dove contains some humorous antics common to all kids and memories from an era gone by with a slower and seemingly safer pace of life, Cynthia Ward reminds us of how people use to treat one another. Ward's words give the reader's imagination a way to view the life of this family, and many others.

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Sometimes you want someone so much. The Killer Instinct series from New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Eden continues as an FBI profiler tracks a case that resurrects ghosts from his past. Ex-SEAL Tucker Frost knows that the world is full of evil.

Sometimes you want someone so much. Sometimes you need someone so much. Lust can become love. And love can turn into a deadly obsession. He saw it in the face of his own brother, Jason Frost, a cold, methodical, sadistic killer.

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A story placed in the forties about a family's hard work, faith and determination as they work through rough times while they head from the Delta lands of Mississippi to a war plant in Tennessee. Clair Brown and her family are cast headlong into life's tests and trials, sweeping them like a mighty river to finally rest in quiet and peaceful waters. "While her parents travel the country desperate to find work in the middle of World War II, Clair and her three siblings see every day as an adventure with fishing, dirt-dobber catching and playing catch on the daily list of things to do...." -- Leslie Hegwood, Hattiesburg American "Told from Claire's perspective, Sometimes There is A Dove contains some humorous antics common to all kids and memories from an era gone by with a slower and seemingly safer pace of life." -- Rita Porter, Inscriptions Magazine

"Sometimes There's a Dove" is an excellent study of the deep south during the depression. Clair is a naive young girl who looks at the world as a beautiful place, even with the darkness of war and poverty around her. Clair is searching for the white dove without realizing the glorious dove is also within herself and is helping her to find peace where there is none. The carefree growing up of a child in the midst of poverty and war, exhibit's the undying strength of humanity and speaks to the basic good in all of us. The story encourages that no matter what is going on around you, life is worth living and beautiful. The quiet scenes of nature and the wonderful, funny characters make this an excellent story that keeps you turning pages deep into the night.

Nancy Havens MS MFT CADC
I haven't enjoyed a book this much in years! Simply put, Sometimes There's a Dove is what this world has been lacking. History comes alive in this fun and entertaining story of a family and their tests and trials during depression, world war and poverty.

The opening line of this story will catch you, hold you and never let you go! "Summer's end was nearing in 1939 and the great depression, that had attached itself to the world like a giant leach, kept its solid grip. Daddy's search for a decent job seemed to be as fruitless as the fig tree that Jesus smote." Very enjoyable, entertaining and enlighting. I never knew that we were attacked right here on our very own shores of America during ww2! I learned a lot of facts from this simple tale, it was really well written and fun and the laugh I got when I read about the rooster's funeral made Sometimes there's a Dove worth every cent I paid, yet this wasn't all, by far. These 168 pages are crammed full of life as the characters reach out to you from the past and enclude you in their lives and times. A must read!!!!! Buy it today, you WON'T be sorry!
I loved this book! Written by a truly Southern writer drawing on her heritage, Sometimes There's A Dove is an absolutely fabulous read that you can - and I certainly did! - get lost in. It chronicles the life of a little girl growing up in the South during the late 1930's - early 1940's. It is fabulous, and I'm looking forward to more books by Cynthia Ward. It's been a long time since I've enjoyed a book this much.