Writer Claremore writes novel in Oklahoma | Books
Claremore author Lea Ann McCombs wrote a book (“The Legacy”) set in the fictional town of Lonely Flats, Oklahoma, in the 1970s.
The novel, which falls under the category of Christian female fictions, focuses on Sara Purvis, who was abandoned by her mother at birth and who grew up with an alcoholic father who didn’t seem to want the job.
Raised by an angry and loveless man, rejected by her peers and their families for being a “bastard child,” Sara comes within herself and swears to learn the truth about the woman who gave her life but is not. not stayed to raise it.
Sara is gripped by the belief that if only she could find out why her mother abandoned her, life would have meaning. This passion led her to people, places and dangers that she would never have encountered without such a quest. But it is in the search for answers that she discovers her mother’s legacy.
McCombs has been married to Wayne McCombs since 1985. They have four grown children and a granddaughter. She has worked as a certified lay counselor for Cedar Point Church in Claremore since 2010 and has written for the Bible Research site. GotQuestions.org. She has published four devotional books available on Amazon.com and has published numerous articles in magazines. “The Heritage” is his first novel.
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