No Place to Belong: A Memoir by Ann Warren

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Orphaned by cancer. Rejected by her family. Adopted into a loveless home. When trauma struck Ann Waren at the age of seven, it had hardly begun. This pattern of bereavement and rejection continued for her right into adult life. And the tragic suicide of her first love and a priest’s message of damnation finally began Ann’s search for some meaning to life. It was a search which led to the discovery of a faith that gave her strength to face the future, to raise a happy family and live on with renewed hope. Years later, bereaved once more by the death of a loving husband, Ann might have thought that loss was her destiny. But waiting over the horizon was a remarkable encounter that would complete the healing process and connect her in the most surprising way to the past she thought she had lost forever.

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