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The Exciting and Dramatic Conclusion of the Munson Family Journey!

The Munson/Pomerance clan endured innumerable events in the past that tested the boundaries of their strength, loyalty, faith and love. In the final decade of the twentieth century, they soon discover that the future holds many more challenges, which they must face together as a family, and separately in their individual adult lives. In the aftermath of divorce, what will become of the small-town girl, Judy (Munson) Woodard, as she begins a new life in the suburbs of a major metropolis? Having left her despairing past behind, will Judy’s exodus finally free her from the torment of her ex-husband? What obstacles must she confront in this foreign land? Will Judy’s latest journey lead her to true love? And lastly, how many licks does it take to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop? The answers to these and many other burning questions will be revealed as the clan writes their final chapter. While they will encounter many more potholes and detours on that long and winding road, the Munson/Pomerance family refuse to lose hope in their relentless quest to find peace, happiness, and all “the good stuff” that life has to offer. There are many surprises and twists yet to come in this exhilarating roller-coaster ride into the new millennium. Having endured plenty of hard knocks in the past, they remain determined to lick the tough outer shell of a world that seems to be against them, in order to savor the sweet, soft center that awaits.

 

About the Author

Vickie McGillis

This is the fourth novel in the “Detours” series of books by Vickie McGillis, an award-winning published poet. Vickie is a proud supporter of various charities to benefit animal welfare, wildlife and planet conservation. She and her wonderfully supportive husband reside in Winona, Minnesota, along with their rescued four-legged companions.

Also by Vickie McGillis

Detours To The Good Stuff
Detours to the Good Stuff: A Ray of Golden Sunlight
Detours to the Good Stuff:  The Boom of Rolling Thunder