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by Marie True Evans
Marie True Evans’s “Guinevere’s Child.” Set in California in 1912, Guinevere set out in her horse drawn carriage to collect the rents for her husband. One of the renters in a small cottage was Lieutenant Commander Mark St. Clair Ellis, a brilliant young Naval officer and inventor, and his wife, Elizabeth. They were stationed with a large Pacific Fleet Naval Base on Mare Island. When he opened the door, he thought that Guinevere was the most beautiful thing he had ever seen in his life, and he fell madly in love with her. A few years later in San Diego, a little girl named Mary Jane was given up for adoption at age 5. This is her story of her search for the answers as to why she was given up for adoption. A true story of passion, betrayal, greed and the resiliency of the human spirit to survive adversity.
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