This book is a continuation of stories in the life of "Miss Kansas City Kitty - Doris Markham's Story." As the book opens, Doris is married to her third husband, Martin Swinney, and has a ready-made family.
We join the family in 1949, when they move back to Doris's hometown of Jameson, Missouri, and her mother's farm. Neither Marty nor his children have ever lived on a farm. Marty's war injuries are still plaguing him, as he tries to support his family while going in and out of the hospital. Doris goes back to work in Kansas City during the turbulent 1960s and the race riots.
In this book, you will see life in north Missouri during the 1950s and 1960s and Doris's experiences raising teenagers during that time from both rural and urban perspectives. There will be highs and lows, good times and bad in Doris's life as the years go by quickly. Doris lived to be 96 -almost 97- years old, and this book will explore the last half of her life.
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