Unbroken Threads

· Red Adept Publishing, LLC
5 reviews

About this ebook

 Jessica Donnelly’s life is beginning to unravel. When the attorney turned stay-at-home mom tentatively volunteers to represent Amina Hamid, a woman seeking asylum, Jessica must learn an unfamiliar area of the law. Soon, rising opposition to Muslim immigration and unexpected prejudices put her relationships on shaky ground.

Amina fled Syria with little more than memories that now fight against the images splashed on the news. Seeking a secure future and freedom from guilt and grief, she must learn to trust others amidst the reality of fear and hate.

To find stability, Jessica and Amina will both need to harness their own strengths, which may lie in connections that transcend generations, cultures, and continents.

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5 reviews
Bonnie Hardin
January 17, 2019
what a great surprise this book has been! Read it. Read it. Read it. Sometimes, even in our polarized society, we do overcome fear allowing miracles small&large to happen. Great book !
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Margaret Heller
January 29, 2019
A volunteer lawyer and a Syrian refugee adapt to the rigors of immigration
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Jessica, now a stay-at-home mom, but a former corporate law attorney takes on a pro-bono case preparing a Syrian refugee woman for her asylum interview with a US official. At first I felt the author ...

About the author

 A Midwest native, Jennifer Klepper made stops in Dallas, Charlottesville, and Boston before settling in Maryland. While she has an appreciation for the expansive beauty of the plains states, she hopes never to live landlocked again.

Jennifer attended Southern Methodist University and the University of Virginia School of Law. Her law degree has guided her through the worlds of corporate law, tech startups, and court advocacy for foster children. She is an ardent consumer of podcasts and books that challenge her with compelling and unfamiliar topics. When she’s not writing, she’s crossing things off a never-ending to-do list and hoping to catch that next sunset. Jennifer lives with her husband, two kids, and a dog who looks like a Dr. Seuss character.

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