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The Tupperware

Jeffrey H. King

Fiction, Chick Lit, Christian, Religious

A simple Tupperware connects a string of people over time, marking kindnesses shown and an ongoing obligation to be kind to whoever they meet.


What do a college student, a victim of torture, a teacher, a housewife, a tough-as-nails detective and a troubled teenager have in common? An old Tupperware. Canary yellow with a white lid. And the future. As each one meets the next, they fill a need of the next person with the Tupperware and wh...