And a loving woman is even harder to find.

sculpture by Jan D’Esopo

In her first novel, A Just Man Is Hard to Find, Jeanne Hammond follows Will Gray’s blog for one heart-breaking year, while he is at school in Washington, D.C.  She follows him now, as he’s come to San Juan to find Maria and convince her that he is a just man after all.

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