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Tasting The Wind Kindle Edition

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Length: 203 pages

Historical Fiction
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Sue A. Lehman, born in Michigan, is now living and working as a piano technician/tuner in Northern California. She has been writing short stories since High School and likes to sprinkle her novels with bits of her experiences from Michigan to Illinois to Montana. Her first two mysteries are also available in e-book forms at In her spare time, she enjoys tennis, reading and spending time with her family. Visit Sue at

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steve Bartholomew on April 29, 2012
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Ms Lehman knows how to use suspense to carry a story along. The tale involves a single woman in the Sixties struggling against The Powers That Be. That's the main narrative. The background story is about how history is suppressed by major institutions in order to further their own interests. I had not heard of Whitehead before seeing this book; or if I did I paid little attention, which of course is exactly what They want. Lehman casts light on a little-known aspect of aviation history, at the same time providing an entertaining yarn that I had difficulty putting down.
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