A Desperate Mother Searches for Her Child
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Widowed in Memphis during 1932, Cecile Dowd is struggling to provide for her three-year-old daughter. Unwittingly trusting a neighbor puts little Millie Mae into the clutches of Georgia Tann, corrupt Memphis Tennessee Children’s Home Society director suspected of the disappearance of hundreds of children. With the help of a sympathetic lawyer, the search for Millie uncovers a deep level of corruption that threatens their very lives.





How far will a mother go to find out what happened to her daughter while in the care of the Tennessee Children’s Home Society in 1932?


About Liz Tolsma

Passionate might best describe Liz Tolsma. She loves writing, research, and editing. Her passion shone through in her first novel which was a double award finalist. On any given day, you might find her pulling weeds in her perennial garden, walking her hyperactive dog, or curled up with a good book. Nothing means more to her than her family. She's married her high-school sweetheart twenty-eight years ago. Get her talking about international adoption, and you might never get her to stop. She and her husband adopted three children, including a son who is a U.S. Marine, and two daughters.

MY THOUGHTS:
          "The Pink Bonnet" by Liz Tolma is a heart breaking story based on true events. "The Colors of Truth" series takes you through true stories written in a fiction re-tell. 
Cecile is a mother trying her best to care for her and her daughter. A trusted friend betrays her and she finds herself in a race against time to locate her missing daughter. But, who can she trust to help her? Evil exist in the lady behind not only the disappearance of Millie Mae but hundreds of other children. After reading this book, I researched this and was appalled by all that happened all because of greed and a woman who was heartless. 

Blessings,
Karen Hadley
Rating: 4*
"I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review."



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