Rehoming Pigeon by Joanne Simon Tailele

When Cecile Boudreaux and husband, Armand, adopt six-year-old Natalia from Russia, they think their dreams of being a whole family are complete. But things don’t go exactly as planned. Natalia has her own agenda to get back to her brother, Nikolai no matter what.

When things reach a breaking point, unthinkable decisions have to be made. It will take love and loss before everyone recognizes the many faces of family.

Review: Joanne Tailele’s novel, Rehoming Pigeons: I was happily engaged in the story’s clever melding of seemingly unconnected events. And, those taking place inside dark Russia. Not only of the vivid physical descriptions but of the social/political environment of the time. I felt I was actually there experiencing it.

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Family Life, Literature & Fiction, Women’s Fiction, Contemporary Women, Domestic Life

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Elder Abuse and The Old Man by George Wilder Jr.

A MAGNIFICENT SHORT STORY ON THE PERILS OF ELDER ABUSE IN AMERICA.

MASON FEATHERSTONE IS THE STAR OF THIS GRIPPING STORY THAT COULD BE TAKEN PLACE ANYWHERE IN AMERICA.

A MAN IS HUNG UPSIDE DOWN IN THE BASEMENT OF HIS OWN HOME BY A SON WHO HATES HIM.

THE SON CAN’T STAND HIS FATHER, AND THE BEATINGS ARE NEVER-ENDING.

A GREAT STORY FROM AN AWESOME WRITER, ‘HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.’

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