From the author of Sacred Ground comes an inspirational story of the Northwest. Amid murder trials and seductive pitfalls, Clayton Bettencourt takes his brief marriage for granted while his wife fends off the gloom of a sorrowful existence. Smug in overblown virility and tenuous celebrity, Clayton is the toast of a major Seattle newspaper. Opposed to the flashy crime writer, his faithful wife Kara labors in obscurity and spousal neglect while strapped with the responsibility of caring for her aging grandmother. As Clayton discovers his humanity in the analogous lives of an admirable old man and a weary raptor, Kara wards off the oppressive demons of low self-esteem. A tribute to a golden generation and a vibrant account of faith, hope and preservation, Where the Osprey Flies examines the extremes of self-absorption and human understanding while exploring the limits of wilderness, in the natural world as well as the soul.
Author: Cynthia L. Hureston
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