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books by Pamela Foster
Books by Pamela Foster
I grew up on the coast of northern California in Eureka, but I spent summers with my grandparents in Peckwan, a tiny community in the heart of Bigfoot Country. By the time I was five, I knew that while stories of Bigfoot were an accepted part of life during summers in the mountains, once I returned home to my middle-class neighborhood, the same tales drew ridicule. When the idea for Bigfoot Blues [...]
A hilarious romp through the south reminiscent of Fanny Flagg's zany characters and sometimes dramatic events. Pamela Foster can lead you into a land and world that you won't want to come out of once you read about the Barr family and how they live and love. Add the spice of a Latin lover and you're sure to be rewarded with a story that you can't put down.
Ridgeline (The Long Journey Home)
Jeremiah Jones set off to war, a boy full of pride and ignorance, seeking glory and to prove his manhood. That boy never returned. Wounded to the depths of his soul, Jeremiah clung to sanity only by holding tight to the memory of Maggie, the girl he'd loved since the first time he saw her in his father's church. But Maggie had married another. His soul seeking peace, but his warrior's heart [...]
Clueless Gringos in Paradise - adventures with my husband, his PTSD, and two giant service dogs
Mel Brooks claims that "Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you fall into an open sewer and die." Author Pamela Foster and her Vietnam Veteran husband, Jack, sell everything they own, pick up the leashes of two 150-pound service dogs, and emigrate to the "tropical paradise" they expect to find in Panama. Jack is a former Marine with raging PTSD, and the service dogs are mastiffs who [...]
My Life with a Wounded Warrior - Essays by Pamela Foster
When night falls on another Veterans Day, when the leftover chicken waits in plastic tubs for a quick breakfast the next morning, and the confetti is swept from the streets, and the flags are folded in tight triangles; when the holiday ends, most of us get on with our lives. But for those warriors who carried an M14 along a jungle trail, who patrolled the streets of Fullujah or Bagdad, who [...]
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