Sousanna – The Lost Daughter

270 Pages
ISBN 978-0990497783

Gripping and heart-wrenching; historically important, with contemporary relevance. —Kirkus Reviews

Five-year-old Sousanna is often cold and always hungry, but she’s happy living in post-WWII Greece with her kind and loving family. Then one day a stranger approaches Sousanna’s father with a startling proposition, made bearable only by the assurance that the situation is temporary.

But all is not as it seems, and Sousanna is taken from her home to a foreign place where she’s adopted by an American couple. Everything is different and no one understands her. How will Sousanna endure alone in this strange place, where her culture, her language, and even her name are taken from her? Will her parents ever find her?

Heart-wrenching and heartwarming by turns, this timely novel inspired by true events explores the bonds between parents and child, the lasting effects of words spoken to young children, and what “for the good of the child” means.

Teresa Lynn

About Teresa Lynn (Austin, Texas Author)

Teresa Lynn

Teresa Lynn is a writer and editor with a background in journalism and education. She has written for a range of publications on a variety of topics, including book publishing, current events, historical topics, food, nature, and pop culture. She has authored three books, Little Lodges on the Prairie, Thanksgiving Joy, and Understanding Copyright under her own name, as well as ghostwriting works for others.

In 2014, Teresa helped establish Tranquility Press, a hybrid publishing company near Austin, Texas. Today, she provides all types of writing, editorial, and publishing services. She is also an administrator and board member of Story Circle Network, editor for Georgetown Friends of the Library, President of American Christian Fiction Writers Cen-Tex, and Distribution Editor for Story Circle Book Reviewers. She is a member of Women Writing the West, the Writers League of Texas, the Former Texas Rangers Association, the Order of the Eastern Star, and the Laura Ingalls Wilder Legacy and Research Association. Teresa speaks to groups nationwide on writing and publishing, Freemasonry, Laura Ingalls Wilder, and the Texas Rangers law enforcement agency. In her free time, Teresa enjoys reading, traveling, and seeking out the little-known history of interesting people and places. She lives in Georgetown, Texas with her husband, near their two grown daughters.

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