I've been asked a few times about my inspiration for "The Wentworth Legacy" and so here it is. When we moved to Long Island in 1971, I was exposed to the life of the old money. My mother-in-law had remarried after her husband died to a member of what I considered the upper class of the … Continue reading What was the inspiration for your recent novel, “The Wentworth Legacy”?
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Chapter 3, page 31-35 The orderlies placed Eugenio on the far end of the ward. Dr. Contreras went back out of the emergency room and came back with a surgeon in tow. The doctor acknowledged Regina’s presence by merely nodding his head and went right to take Eugenio’s vital signs. His pulse was terribly weak … Continue reading Excerpts from “The Iron Butterfly”