Author Jacqueline Hartland’s new book ‘There’s a River’ is an evocative childhood story of a bygone era for a young girl and her four siblings in rural Maryland


Jacqueline Hartland, a lifelong storyteller who was inspired to start writing after watching a school play in fourth grade, has finished her new book ‘There’s a River’: a gripping and powerful work that turns the pages to its satisfying conclusion.

Ten-year-old Callie Clemmens felt pulled by an invisible canvas belt towards the fearsome Watford shoe, where all her loved ones ended up as gray ghosts for life. Callie, in her desperation not to attend, found answers when her family moved to a small cabin on the Monocacy River, where gay holidaymakers in ten cabins around hers brought joy and tragedy to her life, but erased the treadmill forever by what happened in a quiet meadow, something Callie thought would never happen.

Published by Page Publishing, Jacqueline Hartland’s gripping book is a great choice for readers avid realistic fiction.

Readers wishing to experience this captivating tome can purchase “There’s a River” in bookstores around the world or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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