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About the author:
Carol Armbrust grew up in South Dakota, so its beautiful Black Hills feel like home to her no matter where she lives or travels. Although she lived mostly in South Dakota's Rapid Valley area while growing up ---as an adult, she lived in Rapid Cite, Sturgis, Spearfish, and Pierre where she met, married, and then, divorced her first husband. Then, while living in Texas, she was introduced to and married Rodger Armbrust with whom she had a daughter, Melinda (Melinda is the artist who created the cover for Carol's novel THE DISINTERMENT).
Carol has been living on and off and on again in Ohio since 1986 where she presently resides. Where she lives, she teaches English composition at the local community college. Her experiences while growing up, her various jobs, and her two marriages have inspired her writing.
After their father’s death, an older brother, Ben, asks Ella to exhume their father’s remains to bury him in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Dredging up long-forgotten emotions about how she felt about her father’s abuses, Ella wrestles with whether or not to honor her ailing brother’s request. The Disinterment follows Ella and her sister Evie as they resolve the issues that arise from disturbing their father’s remains. Ella’s quest to put all the corpses in their rightful places reveals long-held secrets, sibling loyalties, and family history.
Hard boiled, scrambled, over easy, and sunny side up: eggs are the musings of Holly Bargo, the pseudonym for the author.
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