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Patricia Hale Feeney

Patricia Hale Feeney
An Indefinite Period

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About the Author

Patricia Hale Feeney graduated from Stanford University in 1956 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. Her newspaper columns have been published in Cuba, South Carolina, and Utah. Her other professional experience includes 15 years as a technical writer.

About the Book
This memoir is about family life on the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base during the Cuban Missile Crisis that began October 22, 1962. It is a personal account, describing one woman's attempt to make sense of a world that does not always make sense. How much did she know about the evolving drama that threatened her life and the lives of her children, ages 2 and 3? How did it feel to be evacuated from her home and thrust into the role of a displaced person? All she wanted was to go home, and she didn't even know where that was.

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