A Promise to Break Paperback

Love, Faith, and Politics in the 1930s

by Kathryn Spurgeon

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A Promise to Break

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Sibyl Trimble makes a promise to her father when she is a young girl that she will be part of a socialist political movement to change the world. From a wealthy banking family in Shawnee, Oklahoma, she is comfortable with fashionable clothes, cruising in a new Chrysler, and dancing at the local speakeasy. Even the Depression cannot put a damper on her comfortable lifestyle. By 1932, the timing to fulfill the promise to her father seems right.

Then she meets a handsome, blue-eyed, down-on-his-luck hobo and her life is turned upside down. The more she gets to know him, the more she learns about her world, her purpose, and God.  Her love for him opens her eyes to a different way of life than she has ever known.

Based on a true story, this novel follows Sibyl through some difficult choices. She must dig deep within herself to find the strength to face her upbringing and determine which, if any, of her past beliefs can be salvaged. She must decide which is most important, love or duty.


A Promise to Break by Kathryn Spurgeon was published by Memory House Publishing LLC in June 2016. The ISBN for A Promise to Break is 9780997334722.

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Details for A Promise to Break

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherMemory House Publishing LLC (June 2016)
Number of Pages306
Thickness18 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4480196
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