Winter's Gate

Author: Edie Campbell-Murray


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Kate Willow Martin, Hero or Victim?

Growing up on a farm in a small town in Montana in the 1920-1930's, Kate at the age of 20 years had more trauma in her life than most women during their life-time. Would this trauma break her or create in her a determination to succeed no matter what?

Winter's Gate is the story of Kate Willow Martin, her family, and friends during the Great Depression as they live through the aftermath of the many horrific secrets of the Martin family. Rape, murder, suicide and more. How can one woman deal with all of this?

Edie Campbell-Murray, 1933-2004, Wife, Mother, and Writer. She was born in a covered wagon along the Canadian border in central Montana. Edie, like her father William Campbell, a renowned cowboy poet, loved the written word. While a young girl living on her grandparents' farm, she began her lifelong love of reading. Much of what Edie wrote were short stories and poems filled with humor and clever endings. Winter's Gate, her only novel, is a work different from the rest, written from a darker perspective. She and her husband, Tom W. Murray, raised three children and lived great adventures while traveling the country.

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Black & White

Pages: 256 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Fiction

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