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Mending the Wind by Donna Underwood

Mending the Wind

by Donna Underwood

Pages: 122

Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

  • FICTION - Political
  • EDUCATION - Decision-Making & Problem Solving

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781545660829

Price : $12.49

Disillusioned 1960s hippies infiltrate institutions of high schools and colleges as Marxist teachers and professors. Their goal is to instill anti-American and anti-capitalist messages into the DNA of generations of students who are led to believe that it is their right and duty to harm others who are Constitutional patriots and, therefore, subhuman.
Enter, Kara Montgomery, an enthusiastic student with Christian values from a committed family, with goals to explore, learn, and prepare for a career in journalism. She is confronted with a tyrannical professor, a violent campus protest, revenge to her family by an imprisoned Antifa thug, attempted murder of her father, the influence of Turning Point USA values, discoveries of embezzlement by her X-Force Red twin brother and romance with the best friend of the villain.
Can her ex-marine father save the family and transcend hatred to save his enemies?

The author is a retired Clinical Psychologist who loves travel and summers in the Rocky Mountains. Her early daring attempts at writing were in the margins of the family Bible. After counseling individuals, couples and families for thirty years, she helped her husband remodel houses and became a successful ghost writer.  This is her first novel.

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