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Mrs. Shumak's Boarding House

Mrs. Shumak's Boarding House     

by Marty Kam
Price: $16.95

Book Website:  http://www.mrsshumaksboardinghouse.com

416 Pages, Paperback, 5.5 x 8.5

ISBN-10: 0-9786823-0-0
ISBN-13: 978-0-9786823-0-9

For widow Mary Shumak and seven boarders at her tumble-down house in Lewston, PA, life's about to get very difficult. Greedy casino developer Victor Masters has set his sights on the land and will stop at nothing to get it. Now Mary must somehow come up with enough money to spare their home from the wrecking ball - with some dubious help from her scheming vagabond brother Bert, and a whole rogue's gallery of other boarders and friends. Together, they'll try their hands at ill-fated renovations, riverboat gambling, and even a game show, in a race against time to save the only place they've ever called home.


About The Author

Marty Kam can usually be found writing in the corner booth at the Sunrise Cafe located in Chicago.



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