Beatrice CynthiaFreeman (January 10, 1915 - October 22, 1988), pseudonym of Bea Feinberg, was an American novelist. She was born in New York City, where, as a young girl, she began writing books but abandoned writing to pursue a career running an interior decoration business. When poor health forced her to give up her business, she decided to dust off an old manuscript from childhood but discovered the cleaning lady had thrown it out. From memory, she rewrote the story.
19.01.2012 [OCRegister] - Stan is survived by his wife, Esther; daughters, CynthiaFreeman. Melinda Ching (Ward) and Janet Buddle; and six grandchildren, Bri and David Freeman, Christopher and Andrew Ching and Patrick Esguerra and Chanel Brooks. PEOPLE Owner of Audio Drops in
12.01.2012 [Rapid Growth] - CynthiaFreeman is a current mentor and offered her experience in working with the students. “In working with the COI, I have learned that the GRPS district needs the assistance of the community to further the education of its students.
05.01.2014 - : Open Road Media Publishing Website CynthiaFreeman Come Pour the Wine Goodreads My review […] . Where to get: In her latest bestseller, CynthiaFreeman delineates the […] . CynthiaFreeman is such a refreshing storyteller to me. Her stories,at least the two Ive read so far are of historical places
05.01.2014 - My Rating: 4/5 Author: CynthiaFreeman Title: Come Pour the Wine: A Novel Genre: Romance Background […] draws a brilliant portrait of a marriage and a family in search of its roots, written with CynthiaFreeman’s trademark
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