520 pages, Paperback ISBN: 9780888873224 $19.95 CA
520 pages, Hardcover ISBN: 9780888873231 $39.95 CA
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About the Book
Molly Anne Warring's riveting saga of the Stry-Ker family continues in "Lost Paradise". This historical novel tells a timeless tale of how human greed can destroy a family for generations, but also how the intertwining lives of ordinary people result in murder, mystery, lust, and most importantly, love. Set in western Canada, Lost Paradise spans the period from 1931 to 1976, and encompasses not only the everyday lives of everyday people, but also the effects of world events on past and future generations. This heartwarming tale reveals the richness of human nature and the never-ending strength of the human spirit which survives in all of us and weaves through generation after generation in the tapestry of life. The main characters include: Emily Pushinsky; Angela Tassky; Moe Chadi and his father, Ali; Helenka, Joseph, Olana and Stefka Pushinsky; Father Bill; Dr. Tatonga, the native doctor; Dr. Owler, the psychiatrist; Mike Murphy, the Bostonian; Frank Saccomanno; Oscar Lacombe; Mitchell Penarsky and Vito Pantaloni.
About the AuthorMolly Anne Warring Molly Anne Warring (1937- ) is the President of her own public relations and marketing company: Warring Channels Inc. She also serves as Director of Market Development for Imperial Pharmaceutical Distributors. Until recently, she served on the Capital Health Board and has also served on many other boards and commissions as a Director and Chairman. She has worked in the private and public sectors. Molly Anne is a former broadcaster and an accredited public relations practitioner. Her life has been enriched through volunteerism, spending over 40 years as a volunteer serving her community for multiple charities. For this effort she was decorated with the Queen Elizabeth Golden Jubilee Medal in 2003 and in 2005 she received further recognition; the Alberta Centennial Medal of Distinction. In 1998 she was awarded the Premier's citation for outstanding community contributions. Also in 2005, she received a further award, the Centennial silver medal given to worthy Albertans. Her favorite charities are: Salvation Army, Glenrose Hospital Foundation and the Mental Health Foundation. Molly Anne is a member of the Alberta Writer's Guild.