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Broken Family Ties
PC Marks
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BOOK SUMMARY
CLEVELAND OH- Broken Family Ties relates the story of the Grover children whose grandparents’ move in after their parent

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BOOK SYNOPSIS
Part II-Severed Family Ties-unofficial release date 6/2008 (or there about)

BOOK SUMMARY:
Title: Broken Family Ties
Author: PC Marks
Publisher: PC Marks
ISBN: 978-0-6151-6093-1
Library of Congress Control Number: 2007906929
6x9 paperback, 183 pp., $14.50 paperback
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PC Marks Publications
PO Box 18429
Cleveland Heights OH 44118

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Contact Information:
Phyllis Chisholm of PC Marks Publications
PO Box 18429
Cleveland OH 44118-0429
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BOOK EXCERPTS
Chapter 9

Grandparent’s Rules

Alicia was awakened in the wee hours of the morning to the phone ringing. Initially, she thought she had dreamed of the ringing. When she reached for the phone all she heard was a dial tone.
Unable to fall asleep, she turned on the television. Henry’s snoring agitating her, she got out of bed. Downstairs next to her daughter’s favorite chair resting on the solid oak table beside it in the living room was her salvation.
She picked up the bible, closed her eyes and opened it. The passage revealed was the 23rd Psalms. Verse four slapped her hard. Ye, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: For You are with me: Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me.


The hairs on the back of her neck stood. There were goose bumps forming down her arms. She began to scratch. Alicia closed her eyes. A startling vision dropped her to her knees. Tears rolled down her face. The phone rang. Hesitantly on the third ring she grabbed the receiver.
âₓI know. What happened?” Grandma Alicia listened carefully to the details being given on the other end. âₓWhat!” She interrupted. âₓI’m sorry, continue,” she said.
Grandma Alicia returned the phone receiver to its cradle. She went into the kitchen. Looking around, she started rearranging. Talking to herself she said, âₓThe spices belong over the stove, not in some rotating shelf beside the sink. I think the lids should be in this area and the pots and pans over there.”
Henry was awakened by the racket. He descends the stairs taking in the view of his daughter’s beautiful home. He marvels at the plush light beige carpet his feet

sinks into as he winds down the stairs. The living room is elegant with its dark tan and mahogany wood Queen Anne furnishings. The formal dining room is decorated with a solid oak eight seat table. There’s a matching China cabinet and hutch. He enters the kitchen to find Alicia rearranging what used to be an immaculate kitchen.
Before speaking he takes in the sight. An island sits in the middle of the floor. The cabinets are oak with stenciled glass displaying expensive dinnerware. The design on the glass is identical to the China cabinet doors. The breakfast nook overlooks the professionally manicured backyard.
âₓYa momma didn’t teach you to say good morning?” Alicia says, interrupting Henry’s admiration of his daughter’s home.


âₓGood morning,” Why are you rearranging this child’s things? I think you enjoy antagonizing Ann. Alicia you can’t do this.” Henry tried reasoning with his wife.
âₓPut her things back where she had them,” he said.
âₓShe won’t need them,” Alicia continued setting up her daughter’s kitchen. She offered Henry a cup of coffee, finished setting up the kitchen and began preparing a hardy breakfast.

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BOOK REVIEWS
Broken Family Ties by PC Marks introduces us to the Grover children and their extended family. Caroline, Charles and Carl Grover are born to Kevin and Ann Lee Grover. When Caroline is taken in as an infant for a hearing test, the doctor makes an observation that her soul is in trouble. Caroline is evil with a disconcerting look and she is certainly precocious in her mannerisms. When Caroline, the middle child, is five years-old the children lose their parents and their grandparents, Henry and Alicia Brooks, move in to care for them. Immediately it is clear that Alicia is harboring secrets and resentments where the kids are concerned.

There are many underlying lies, secrets and issues within Broken Family Ties. Broken Family Ties has is a compelling, recommended novel.


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ISBN(13-digit): 9780615160931
Copyright: 2006
Library of Congress: 2007906929
Binding: Perfect
No. of Pages: 183



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