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Five sisters faced difficulties in life. Each unique. Each stressful. And each life choice seriously tested their faith. These sisters had the same background with similar genes but were confronted with different issues in life.

They lived in Oklahoma during the 1930s Dust Bowl, and I’m really excited to share their stories with you.  Read a short story about each one.

Mary Bobbie

Mary Bobbie, the oldest and most jovial of the sisters, keeps a terrible secret for eight years. Will her husband be devastated if he finds out she had a part in their child’s death? Will he still respect her?

 Sally Matilda

Sally Matilda, once a high school football queen, marries the school’s handsome running back. Her perfect life shatters when he falls into abusiveness and addictions. How will she respond when a life-changing crisis arises?

Susie May

Susie May, the petite, shy middle sister, marries the most attractive band director in the country. After many moves and disappointments, what will she do when his tragic, double life becomes known in her hometown?

 Jennie Rue

Jennie Rue, stable and God-fearing, agrees to nurse the sickly wife of an older man with two children. When he becomes a widow and wants to marry her, is it for love or convenience?

 Annie Crump

Annie Crump still grieves the loss of her fiancé, but a tall, good-looking barber melts her heart. For some reason, he never tells her about his former life. How will she respond when an ex-wife appears and files a lawsuit to take everything they own/

Each Thomas Sister short story stands alone, and I hope you enjoy!

Kathryn Spurgeon
Christian writer and speaker Memory House Publishing

2 Comments

  1. Shelly Reafy says:

    Just read your book, Sally Matilda. This book was very interesting as I am married to Frank Ready who is Frank Ready’s great grandson and Howard’s grandson. It was great to read about family history! We appreciate your story. Do you have pictures of frank Ready and Sally Matilda you could share? We would love to see them. My husband never got to meet his grandpa Howard.
    Shelly Ready

    • So excited to get your message. Sorry, I just found it. I wish I had pictures. I can send a few of my Aunt Til. We visited them when I was young.
      Would love to chat more! Kathryn

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