Belinda's Song

Belinda's Song

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Belinda lived a troubled life. A mother who sold her body and used heroin, was murdered at the youthful age of twenty-seven, leaving her six year old daughter a ward of the state of Louisiana. Being tossed to and fro from one foster home to the next, Belinda is placed with John and Victoria Brittingham. These people are who any child would be overjoyed to live with and have as parents. A beautiful home, a room of there own, new clothes and toys would be a dream come true. But what lies behind the walls of this house is hardly what little Belinda dreamed of, and she will find out in the worse way, the secrets it harbors.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 146 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 8mm | 209g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1514799022
  • 9781514799024

About Christine Pauls

Christine Pauls is a Delawarean, born and raised in the city of Wilmington. As a self-published author, her first novel, To Begin Again, was released in April of 2012, but the manuscript was completed a little after her 50th birthday, back in December, 2010. She has worked in the field of Finance for thirty-seven years and counting, currently an Accountant in the Banking industry. Christine is the youngest of twelve siblings, four are deceased, has two adult daughters, one son in law, and two grandsons, and a granddaughter. She is currently working on her third project titled One Good Thing, which focuses on three sisters from Lula, MS whose life lessons of secrets, heartache as well as love, will cause them to have to learn how to lean on each other. Christine's book, To Begin Again and the second, Belinda's Song are available in her hometown's public library.show more

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