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The Badenweiler Waltz (Paperback)

Author: Kroeker, G. W.

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Haunting, beautiful and wise, The Badenweiler Waltz by G.W. Kroeker is a tender glimpse at the healing powers of love and one woman's courage as she learns to celebrate life after she is diagnosed with a terminal illness. Elizabeth Kurz is a shy, easily daunted forty-something woman who has spent the bulk of her life being intimidated. A teacher by trade, she always dreamed of being a writer, and as her final farewell nears she travels to a quaint spa town in Germany's Black Forest where both Stephen Crane and Anton Chekhov spent their final days. Believing that even though her talents have not enabled her to live as a writer, she could at least die like one. Upon her arrival she feels alien and out of sorts; dejected, she considers returning to the States until she meets a series of characters who open her mind to new ways of seeing her illness, life, and death.


Publisher Createspace Independent Pub
Mfg Part# 9781419677267
SKU 207873648
Format Paperback
ISBN10 1419677268
Release Date 8/13/2012
Product Attributes
Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0330
Publisher Booksurge Publishing
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