A Rendezvous to Remember: A Memoir of Joy and Heartache at the Dawn of the Sixties


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$29.95  $27.85
Sandra Jonas Publishing House
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6.0 X 9.0 X 1.0 inches | 0.02 pounds

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"The story transcends personal autobiography alone, charting the course of not just two disparate lives, but a nation. . . . Highly recommended reading for anyone who has wondered what coming of age in America in the 1960s was really like."--Midwest Book Review

"Let Ann and Terry Marshall take you on a tour across landscapes and time. You'll be richer for the experience. A Rendezvous to Remember is an extended road trip, a rollicking adventure, and, above all, a love story you'll never forget."--Hope Edelman, #1 New York Times best-selling author of Motherless Daughters

"Garretson and Marshall reach right into the heart in this beautifully written memoir, pulling on every emotion. This is a story about what it means to be human--to struggle with love and what we truly want out of life--especially when being pulled in two different directions. Humorous and heartbreaking, the dueling narrative is stunning, surprising, and inspiring. I sobbed at the end, knowing the right choices were made, and I applaud the authors for their honesty."--Samantha Vérant, author of Seven Letters from Paris

"A Rendezvous to Remember is a story of swiftly changing times on two continents, from the American military bases in Cold War West Germany to the mountain switchbacks of Colorado. But most of all, it is a love story--better yet, two of them--told with sly humor, crackling dialogue, and deep humanity."--Greg Blake Miller, director of Olympian Creative and author of Decemberlands

"An intimate and compelling examination of a shared life, particularly since a third party shares that life. Ann Garretson Marshall is not only crazy in love with her co-writer, Terry Marshall, but as well with the dashing Lieutenant Jack Sigg. Their story takes place in the first half of the '60s, in reality an extension of the '50s, an era little explored. . . . A provocative memoir of a time of debilitating 'innocence' ruptured."--Mary-Ann Tirone Smith, author of Lament for a Silver-Eyed Woman and Girls of Tender Age: A Memoir

"I so enjoyed their story . . . full of everything from mystery and conflict to family secrets, politics, hormones, history, and almost poetic descriptions of places in the U.S. and Europe. I looked forward to every sitting. I climbed mountains with them. I suffered heartache with them . . . A lovely book."--Diane Taylor, Living-Las-Vegas.com