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The author of the book: Sally Ann Sims
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Date of issue: May 16th 2015
ISBN 13: 9780990957119
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How long will you stand up for what you believe when your world unravels?
Lucinda Tyne Beck, VP and uber college fundraiser, uncovers illegal use of donations by her boss, Frank Wickes, the flashy new President of her alma mater on the rocky North Shore of Massachusetts. As her 17-year marriage to artsy photographer Bart Beck unravels at a betrayal Lucinda can’t deny—much as she’d like to—Lucinda scrambles to save the college’s reputation and her marriage.
The day her husband moves out, Lucinda’s best friend arrives at her farmhouse, horse trailer in tow, with an ex-racehorse on the verge of starvation. As Bart self-destructs and Lucinda’s life is threatened as she scrambles to bring Frank to justice, she turns to a surprising ally and an intrepid dwarf miniature horse for help. Before her pursuer strikes, can Lucinda save her college, her thoroughbred mare, and find a new way to love?
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Read information about the authorSally Ann Sims is a writer and scientist with an MS in conservation biology. Her fiction combines contemporary, historical, suspense, thriller, and romance elements.
Halt at X: A North of Boston Novel explores the intriguing world of philanthropic fundraising and clashing ambitions at a fictional college on the North Shore of Massachusetts.
Sally is currently writing her second novel, set on Rhode Island's Weekapaug Coast on the eve of the 80th anniversary of the Hurricane of 1938. Yellow Sky, Emerald Sea (coming 2018) weaves the legacy of the deadly storm with a contemporary story of emotional wreckage and transformation.
Her essays--on bluebird nest monitoring, learning to play the saxophone, and making sense of a mismatched creche--have been published in the Christian Science Monitor. Sally worked previously as a technical editor and philanthropic fundraiser. In addition to fiction writing, Sally is a conservation consultant.
Keep in touch. Visit Sally's website and sign up to receive news and updates at www.sallyannsims.com
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