Boxed Set – The Coach House & Daughters

It’s 1940’s Chicago, and newlyweds Marie and Richard Marchetti have the perfect life together. Or at least it seems until Marie discovers his involvement in a corrupt underworld and her real father’s surprising heritage. A great deal happens during Marie’s search for peace and truth in her life, and she quickly learns that disparate lives can converge and interact in profound and surprising ways.

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THE COACH HOUSE: It’s 1940’s Chicago, and newlyweds Marie and Richard Marchetti have the perfect life together. Or at least it seems until Marie discovers his involvement in a corrupt underworld that compels her to run for her life. Fate draws her to Atchison, Kansas which she believes is a safe refuge and perfect place to start over. But Marie quickly learns that she has never been out of Richard’s purview, and while his threatening attempts to win her back cause turmoil in her life, it’s the discovery of her real father and his heritage that affect her more than Richard ever could.

DAUGHTERS: Marie prepares for the first visit with her father and his family. She worries about how her life is about to change and what she will learn about her own identity. A great deal happens during Marie’s visit, and in her search for peace and truth in her life, she quickly learns that disparate lives can converge and interact in profound and surprising ways.

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After a long career in corporate America, Florence Osmund retired to write novels. “I strive to write literary fiction and endeavor to craft stories that challenge readers to survey their own beliefs and values,” Osmund states. Florence’s website www.novelelements.com offers substantial advice for new and aspiring writers including how to begin the project, writing techniques, building an author platform, book promotion and more.

Florence lives in the heart of Chicago on the shore of Lake Michigan where she continues to write novels.Osmund Photo