As custodian of a very thick and very old loose-leaf notebook called “The Bowmar Book,” Bill Mead and his brother traced the family history back to 1635. But in all of that lineage, the one who stood out most was their grandfather Herman Bowmar – known as Moo. Here, Bill takes Moo’s story, the life of “a good man.”
They could not have been more different, yet war was to forge a link between them which would never be broken . . .Alys Peterson: beautiful, pampered and rich, she wanted for nothing - except understanding . . . and love. Tragedy had touched her life, but her parents had been too concerned with their standing in society to care.Tara Kelly: gritty…
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