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Tuesday, 3 December 2013
Christmas at Harrington’s by Melody Carlson
This is the story of Lena, newly released from prison for a crime that she didn't commit. She feels vulnerable and very alone in what is a period of time for families.
She is immediately plunged into the spotlight as she takes on the role of Mrs Santa at a local department store. As soon as her face is in the paper she is recognised and she is the target of unpleasantness.
Lena rises above it and the story, apart from sharing the Christmas message is about forgiveness, hope and finding peace with yourself.