August 18, 2013 12:00 AM

Hesston professors who learn they are cousins to hold book signing, talk at Watermark

Sometimes truth is indeed stranger than fiction – or maybe just more unbelievable. In their recently released book, “Kinship Concealed,” two former sociology professors at Hesston College use fiction as a vehicle to tell their family’s story. After working together for two years, Sharon Cranford, an African American from Texas, and Dwight Roth, an Amish Mennonite from Pennsylvania, realized they were cousins. On Saturday, they will share their tale at Watermark Books and Cafe.

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