Saving Madeline by Cricket Rohman
What a cast! A young actor, a wounded warrior, an amazing dog, a suspicious neighbor, mice—yes, mice, and Alzheimer’s. This novel may change the way you think about mother-daughter conflicts, blindness, or memory loss. SAVING MADELINE is a delicious triangle of life on life’s terms. Bring tissues. You will laugh, you might cry, and you will be highly entertained.
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Cricket grew up in Estes Park, Colorado, and spent her formative years among deer, coyotes, and beautiful blue columbine. Living on the boundary line of the Rocky Mountain National Park, she could wander in by stepping out the backdoor.
Today Cricket is a full-time author writing Sweet Romance, Westerns, Women’s Fiction, and Romantic Mysteries about cowboys, teachers, the great outdoors—even Alzheimer’s. So far, there is a delightful dog in each of her novels.
Before heading down the mountain to attend college in Greeley, Colorado, Cricket took up playing the guitar and sang with her brilliant brother’s folk group, The Sundowners, later called Friendship Sloop. During these singing years, she was bitten by the show-biz bug and appeared in TV pilots, numerous commercials, and theatrical voice-overs.