Meredith's second book is set to be released around April 1, 2009.
By Meredith Kennon
An unknown casualty of World War II surfaces some thirty-three years later, when in 1979, Dale Johnson is forced to confess to his married daughter, Beth Anne Mosher, that she was the product of a war-time love affair. His wife was duped, he admits, into adopting his own child when her biological mother thought that she was dying of tuberculosis in England. Sick and afraid to take her illegitimate daughter home to her rigid parents, Maggie Paxton made the mistake of a lifetime and sent her baby girl to America and then lived to regret it. It is not until the adopting mother dies of breast cancer and the daughter fears the same for herself that her father is compelled to tell her that she had been adopted and regrettably never told. He opens what he fears will be Pandora’s Box, but what proves instead to be the revival of long lost truths that no one person could have guessed, because each of them held only one piece of the puzzle. As the pieces of truth come together and trust evolves, old and new romances can come out of the darkness of deception and into the light of day.