Sunriver author shares riveting story of war, love in new romantic novel
SUNRIVER, Ore. — This week marks the nationwide release of “The Anonymous Stranger,” a captivating new novel by author Susan Pearson Nordby.
In “The Anonymous Stranger,” Sara had been present at Mark’s funeral. She saw him through the glass that protected the bodies, which had been deceased for several weeks during the Vietnam War. They had to be prepped in Vietnam and then make the journey 10,000 miles or more to home.
However, why was Sara seeing this guy, four years later, who looked like her husband — peeking behind the tree, sitting down the street in his car or at the grocery store? Who was this anonymous stranger?
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Nordby lives in Sunriver, Oregon, with Norm, her husband of 39 years. They have four grown children and six grandchildren. Nordby loves to write, to read, to scrapbook and to knit. She is also the author of other books, including “Dear Wife,” “The Grizzly in the Woods” and “The Long Journey Home.” Her upcoming books include “Run Around Sue” and “Time, Where Am I Now?”