Out of the Depths
by Antonia Harris
Lettie Jonsons husband came home from the war in Afghanistan after being horrendously tortured. She must now deal with the side effects of her husbands trauma. Suffering from PTSD, her husbands violent outbursts may cause an end to their marriage.
The first book in The Jonson Chronicles, Out of the Depths is the beginning of an epic story of hope and forgiveness where the love of Letties family during a Thanksgiving visit could help the couple save their love, and, ultimately, learn to heal.
About the Author:
Antonia Harris was born in the Mississippi Gulf Coast region and grew up a military brat. She currently lives in northeast Ohio with her husband of thirty-two years. She is the mother of two, the grandmother of two granddaughters, and owner of a faithful Labradoodle, Roxanne. She has a Bachelors degree in vocal performance from the University of California, San Diego, and a Masters degree in ethnomusicology from Bethel University, St. Paul, Minnesota. She enjoys making handcrafted soaps, knitting, and sewing, to name a few of her hobbies.
(2017, Paperback, 220 pages)