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THE MONA LISA SISTERS

 

Lura Grisham Myer lives a perfect life until her world is ripped apart. Reborn, forged of pain and misery, she battles to recapture happiness with the help of two orphans and a mysterious stranger. 

Written By George Cramer

About The Author

George Cramer

Mr. Cramer’s short stories and poems have been published in numerous online and printed anthologies. He was the editor-in-chief of Impressions, the Las Positas College 2015 anthology. He is currently working on the second police procedural novel in the Liberty Trilogy. A thriller spanning four decades is in the final stages of development.

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The Mona Lisa Sisters is a tender journey into the making of a family. The novel is full of careful historical detail and the pleasure of European trains and cities and plenty of mystery to keep the pages turning, but the greatest delight is Lura Grisham herself.

– Ramona Ausubel, author of Sons and Daughters of Ease and Plenty

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the mona lisa sisters

Don’t miss out on George Cramer’s debut novel. This historical fiction novel of Lura Grisham Meyer’s life is guaranteed to keep you turning the pages.

"Hard Time"

George’s short story “Hard Time” was awarded Honorable Mention in the Genre Short Story category of the 89th Annual Writer’s Digest Writing Competition.