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Lynn Ruth Miller's Books

Fanny herself
Jan.01.2006
THE LATE BLOOMER  is the story of Fanny Goldstein, a fifty-year-old virgin who doesn't want to die wondering what she has missed.  Although this novel cartoons modern values and its superficial pleasures, it is far more than a funny story.  Society would call Fanny and her friends misfits, but their love for each other lends them great dignity.           The story opens the day of...
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Jun.01.2003
MORE THOUGHTS WHILE WALKING THE DOG is the second collection of the best columns written over the past several years in a continuing series for The Pacifica Tribune, Pacifica, CA.  These columns touch on topics that concern us all: women’s potential in our changing world, the idiosyncrasies of society and the challenges created by advancing years.  Each topic is illustrated with a...
THOUGHTS WHILE WALKING THE DOG
Jun.01.2001
THOUGHTS WHILE WALKING THE DOG is a selection of the best columns written over the past three years in a continuing series for The Pacifica Tribune, Pacifica, CA.  These columns touch on topics that concern us all: women’s potential in our changing world, the idiosyncrasies of society and the challenges created by advancing years.  Each topic is illustrated with a touch...
STARVIING HEARTS
May.01.2000
Starving Hearts reflects the values and pressures of Jewish family life in the 1950s. Its appeal however transcends its ethnic and generational setting. The story paints a vivid picture of the irreparable wounds of verbal abuse and the immense price that children pay when parents use them as weapons to cope with their own disappointment in life. Susan’s story is every daughter’s...