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Millie and Ami

Overview

Publisher
PTP Book Division
Released
January 23, 2018
ISBN
9781546497981
Format
ePub
Category
Juvenile Fiction

Book Details

The story of Millie and Ami reveals how a young girl entrapped in dreadful hopelessness discovers fulfillment through unforeseeable circumstances. Millie was plagued with hampering physical birth defects, which caused social rejection during formative years. Her birth parents were dysfunctional alcoholics and added no positive dimensions to Millie's life. Millie displayed uncanny instincts to transcend social barriers. Fateful events combined with Millie's resilience opened unperceived opportunities. Millie's adoptive parents foisted the power of profound love lifting Millie to a living standard, which she was unaware existed. Her love bond with her adoptive parents created an atmosphere leading to serendipitous events including the precious gift of her beloved Ami. Millie's journey exposed myriad challenging circumstances testing her physically and psychologically.

Author Description

Raymond Greiner lived in Vienna, WV until 1951, moved to Marion, Ohio until 1957, attending Harding High School in Marion, Ohio moving to Utica, NY for his senior year of high school, graduating from Utica Free Academy public school in 1958. Greiner served four years in the USMC, honorably discharged in 1961. He attended Utica College and Wayne State University, married in 1964 to Nancy McClellan and raised three children. He started a restaurant and developed a consulting service as an advisor to investors. Retired at age 60, he is pursuing writing; he is a dedicated reader.

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