A Child’s Escape from Rape and Incest
A Woman’s Life Journey into Spirituality
A Love Story: Unlimited and Universal
The Apple Tree is written as a novel yet many of the adventures contained in this book are truisms. The foundations for this story come from some of the personal experiences of the author but the storytelling belongs to the characters within the pages.
Kaih Khristé King is a vibrant personality who has weathered the many decades of her years, as an observer, a participant and an influential force on behalf of truth, peace and universal appreciation of all religions, cultures and traditions.
This dynamic book explores the relationship between two women – a young journalist and an old woman born during the Great Depression. Their journey takes the reader through a number of tragic experiences, and into the night club era following WWII. Show business and its caste of characters color the early chapters of The Apple Tree.
While this story tells a tale of a world full of broken people, of an era when secrecy protected the profane, when the church held to fire and brimstone, it is also full of promise, hope and the success of a courageous woman who went from ragged beginnings to become a spiritual role model to many.
This book tells one of the most unusual love stories ever told – proving that romantic love and adventure survive even after death.