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By Erin Evans
Twelve years ago, Patricia Steele — convicted of killing a Lake Ann man while driving drunk — was led off to prison, where she served seven harrowing years, including time in maximum security, side-by-side with the most notorious female criminals in Michigan. In 2015, she returned to her home in Interlochen, ready to rebuild ...
by Erin Evans
One morning, Peter Damm was taken by his mother to get his tooth pulled— already a dreadful enough ordeal, especially considering the dentist’s tendency to treat pain like a mildly annoying fly on the wall. Worse, his mother surprised him with a visit to the doctor to get a polio shot the very same morning.
When Damm ...
Molly Greeley first read Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice when she was 10. She’s re-read it multiple times since — and has now written her own Jane Austen-inspired novel, The Clergyman’s Wife.
The Clergyman's Wife, by Molly Greeley
In The Clergyman’s Wife, Charlotte Collins, née Lucas, is the respectable wife ...