Lillian grows up in an American fundamentalist Mormon sect which still practices polygamy. At thirteen she is forced by her father to become the child-bride of a Canadian Bishop. His compound is located deep in the wilderness of British Columbia, totally isolated from the rest of the world.
Lillian wants out, but rebellion against her omnipotent husband is dangerous.
When the land developer Richard Bergman buys the property next to the Bishop’s compound, he gets drawn into the sect’s secret. After discovering the true nature of his neighbor’s clandestine dealings, Richard is confronted with his own moral shortcomings and has to make some serious life-choices which affect everybody involved.
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I am a bi-lingual German-Canadian author. At the age of 18, after I had completed my Arts degree in Bavaria, I left Germany. In the following 14 years I have lived and worked in Australia and in Hong Kong. My time there gave me the inspiration for my first 5 novels, which I wrote in my spare time. They were all published in Germany.
Since 2004 I live with my husband on a country estate in the wilderness of British Columbia. There, I’m finally able to devote all my time to writing.
My first novel published in English, titled “Section 132” is a fiction-based-on-facts tale about a polygamous sect tucked away in a remote corner of Canada.
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