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For Love and Mercy
by C. Ingrid Deringer

“Suddenly angelic beings of light appeared. They said I was at a crossroad, and it was here where I had to make a choice . . .” In 2022, forty-two-year-old Dr. Stormy Hera, a music professor at the University of Victoria, is serving a manslaughter sentence at Sunnydale Forensic Hospital in British Columbia. Although she can’t recall committing the crime, she feels strongly that she did the right thing. In the hopes of jogging her memory and healing her soul, Stormy is tasked with writing her autobiography as part of her rehabilitation. Spanning the 1940s to 2026, and set in the Saskatchewan prairies, Olympia, Greece, and Canada’s West Coast, For Love and Mercy follows the lives of free-spirited Evangeline, and Stormy herself—including a near-death experience that changes everything. For Love and Mercy is a heartfelt story of love and loss, courage and forgiveness.

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Ingrid Deringer holds a BA (Hon) in Psychology, MA in Women’s Studies and DAc in Acupuncture. She has worked in the health care field for over twenty five years. She is enjoying semi-retirement in Katepwa, Saskatchewan, Canada, spending time with her grandchildren, and winters in warmer climate, writing and painting to her heart’s content. She belongs to the Saskatchewan Writer’s Guild, and is also the author of the novel If I Could Live Again, as well as two children’s books — Shall We Dance and Hailey Loves Dandelions and is the creator of Ging Ging Designs greeting cards. You can follow her online at


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