Although they had always dreamed of having a family, tall, horse-faced Frances and stubby, one-eyed Jack had reconciled themselves to a lifetime of loneliness. Then one day, out of nowhere, an infant is dropped into their midst and their lives are changed forever. A fairy tale for adults!
When I was ten years old, I went with my mother, a registered nurse, to a neighbor’s house across the woods where she was to help deliver a baby. When we arrived, the woman was unconscious, the umbilical cord had been wrapped around the baby’s neck and her husband, one Jack Griffin, was wringing his hands in anguished frustration. This novella grew out of that incident.
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