The Train to D.C.

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Eighteen-year-old Meg has just had the shock of her life. While on a mission trip in England, her mother, who had abandoned her and her sister, showed up to minister in the same place. Now Meg must decide what she is going to do. Will she contact her mother? What kind of a relationship, if any, does she want with a mother who deserted her?

Ellen, Meg’s mother, gave Meg all the information to get in touch, but Meg hasn’t called or emailed. Ellen is beside herself with worry that Meg will never contact her. Ellen’s turmoil is putting pressure on her relationship with Derek, who she will marry in a few months.

Tess, Meg’s roommate, is in a relationship with a boyfriend who is controlling. She won’t listen to Meg’s advice and ends up being physically abused and pregnant. Added to this is Meg’s dad who shows up on her door step homeless. What is she going to do with dad?

And then there is Great Aunt Ellen. Who is she? And how does she know about everyone without ever meeting them?

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Diane Harper is a retired university instructor in music appreciation. She has written a devotional for seniors, Nothing Between, and novels, The Train to OmahaThe Train to Portland, and The Train to Chicago, books one, two, and three of the train series. Married over fifty years to the love of her life, Bruce, they have five children, ten grandchildren and one great-grandchild. They love to travel, camp and hike. They make their home in Reno, NV where she counsels at a Crisis Pregnancy Center.

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