Angela T. Pisaturo's novels bring to life the ordinary woman. Her realistic depiction of the soulâ€™s struggle to find its purpose has brought healing and truth to many women. The reader may identify with Amelia De Luca, a love starved daughter who learns to forgive in The Rich American Woman. They might identify with Nellie Parker; the disfigured eccentric middle-aged woman whose discovery of an ancient artifact transforms her life in Treasures in Clay Vessels, or with Veronica Wheaton, the stone-hearted reporter whose hateful 'truth crusade' leads her to face the hard truth about her own life in The Cedar Chest (available 2011). No matter where the readers see themselves one thing is for sure, they will come away with a cup of comfort and a handful of hope.