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How can you know who you truly are when you don’t know your name, your
parents or where you came from?

No one seemed to know how Gina arrived at Saint Agnes. Gina just showed
up wrapped in a baby blanket carefully concealing an envelop stuffed with
cash. Though the priest and nuns at Saint Agnes raise Gina as their own,
Gina is determined to find her family and where she belongs.

About the Author

Tina McAllister is the author of Gina Agnes, the story of an orphan trying to find her identity. A former non fiction ghostwriter and editor, Tina has also edited The Credit Road Map and The Credit Road Map for the Self Employed.

Tina is also a wife and mom, and while she doesn’t exactly feel like she’s the dog amongst her pretty friends, she is definitely feeling the age thing. She holds on to a fortune she recently received at a Chinese restaurant: “You are only as old as you act.” For Tina, that means some days she’s about 12, and on others, perhaps about 26.

Tina is on the hunt for an agent for her books in the works (as well as the, oh, dozen others she’s been outlining). If you are an agent, Tina would love, love, love to tell you how she will whip up books that excite, delight and intrigue…just email her at: books at tinamcallister dot com

From the Book

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