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Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Katherine Amt Hanna studied costuming and creative writing at Lynchburg College in Virginia, spent thirteen years working for Kodak, and operates a home-based business selling medieval, Roman, biblical, and other historical costumes. She presently lives in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, with her husband and two sons. Breakdown is her first novel.
Well written story that keeps you hooked until the end. Highly recommended to anyone that wants an hour or two of releasePublished 19 hours ago by J. Robinson
Good Match (excerpt) (Wolcott/Price, 1991) The hoovering’s always left ’til last, I do it slow, you do it fast, In spite of this, We’re still a good match. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Olivia bruecks
A well written book starting with an intriguing premise that it unfortunately doesn't resolve. We never learn what the principle character went through. The ending is predictable.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Breakdown was a great story in a small package. Although I thought it was somewhat short it left absolutely nothing to be desired.Published 3 months ago by Devj2k
This book takes you on a journey, one that is both dark and hopeful, with complicated and relatable characters. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Martha K. Long
I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
Well-written story. A page turner as I cared for all the characters and needed to know what happens to them
It was a good story about a world that none of us would want to be in. Things have been this bad in the past and could happen today.Published 6 months ago by Buying_Guy
Fast read that I couldn't put down. Don't think of this as an apocalypse book. Character driven novel. I loved it.Published 7 months ago by Cynthia
Great book, couldn't put it down. The book kept you engaged in the story.Published 7 months ago by T. Watson