• C. H. Armstrong
  • June 1, 2019
  • Fiction/Historical | 288pp
  • Trade Paper  978-1-77168-161-2  $16.99
  • Ebook  978-1-77168-162-9  $5.99
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The Edge of Nowhere

Despised and feared by her sprawling family, Victoria Hastings Harrison Greene refuses to go quietly from her long life without revealing the secrets she’s held locked away for more than fifty years—the same secrets consistent with the rumors her grandchildren whisper behind her back during family gatherings.

Widowed with nine children during the one-two punch of The Great Depression and the Oklahoma Dust Bowl, Victoria made harsh choices—desperate choices that reduced a once soft and loving young woman into the reviled matriarch she is today. Hers is the story of one woman’s courage in the midst of overwhelming adversity, and her absolute conviction to never stop fighting…no matter what it takes.

Refreshing and devastating.
The Oklahoman