Bonnie S. Johnston
Bonnie Johnston holds degrees from both Miami University and University of Cincinnati and has spent decades researching history and genealogy. Her first novel The Dark Side of the Mountain describes the tragic life of her ancestor Anna Margaretha Mallow who survived the Fort Seybert massacre in 1758. Unfortunately, stories of the women who settled this country and endured extreme difficulties and hardship during the French and Indian War and the Revolution are rare.
She lives with her husband Frank Miller in Mason, OH and is retired from the University of Cincinnati where when taught English and was the former Director of the Writing Lab.
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Books:The Dark Side of the Mountain, July 2015