I'll Meet You in Syracuse
Ongoing Saga of the Langston/Kingsley Family
About the Book
Just when things seem as bad as they can be, with Del torn between a mother who hates Del's Hispanic spouse and a spouse determined to be part of the family, Del's daughter makes an announcement which adds new and unsolvable racial tension to the stew-pot of problems. Mission Impossible turns into Mission Unthinkable. In recurring nightmares, Del drives but can't see the road ahead. Someone has curtained the windshield, or she moves through heavy fog or a blinding snowstorm-or her headlights won't come on. Again, she is not driving but riding the train-and her spouse climbs off and abandons her, promising, "I'll meet you in Syracuse."
Something has to be done about the situation-but what? Is there a solution?
About the Author
Lois Santalo, a former college instructor, served for seven years as Night Director of San Diego?s Big Sister Home, a home for women in crisis. There she observed women?s problems described in her books. She now writes full-time and lives in Southern California with her daughter, son-in-law and two cats.