The Lady in the Park

By Jane Patrick Walls

General fiction | Paperback, eBook


Anna Fisher lives in the exciting City of Atlanta, Georgia, where darkness not only brings out those who prey on others but the young, fearless, adventurous residents and visitors from all walks of society who party all night. Anna's life exists in a very small section of the city where she works and lives. Her dreams are haunted by the man who fathered her child. A few afternoons a week, she sits alone on a bench in the park and allows herself to her child playing there. The child calls Anna the sad lady in the park. To Anna, the little girl is "my stolen child."



The author's sister, Esther Patrick Beech of Chatom, Alabama, has encouraged Jane to write a book about their family. However, Jane finds nonfiction too painful to write as her parents are deceased along with three nephews, one beloved niece, and three dear brothers-in-law. AS the baby girl in the family, Jane holds each precious memory close and private in her heart. She prays daily for strength as she faces her older siblings' frailties although she knows she may be called Home before any of them.


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The author's sister, Esther Patrick Beech of Chatom, Alabama, has encouraged Jane to write a book about their family. However, Jane finds nonfiction too painful to write as her parents are deceased along with three nephews, one beloved niece, and three dear brothers-in-law. AS the baby girl in the family, Jane holds each precious memory close and private in her heart. She prays daily for streng...


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