Jackie Longfellow, a middle-aged grandmother skilled in crafts and crochet, is working at her church’s Christmas bazaar when she finds an incomplete ornament among her wares, and wonders where it came from. Her daughter, Vicky, struggling in her marriage, brings her children from Atlanta to Jackie’s house in New Jersey for Christmas to sort out her life. Puzzled, Jackie and Vicky search through Jackie’s family history to discover the meaning of the ornament.
Mother and daughter learn more than they bargained for when they find some letters that deepen the mystery. Vicki finds an old letter to her mother containing a marriage proposal from a strange man, and a much older telegram with a death notice from World War I. Will the ladies ever learn what really happened so many years ago to The Ghost of Christmas Past?
THE GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST (Kindle ISBN: 978-1-62857-
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About the Author: A. P. Dollar grew up in Pennsauken, New Jersey, and has lived in Camden and Burlington County most of his life. He has visited or worked in 46 states.
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