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The Accident at 13th and Jefferson - Book 1 Only by [Brenda J. Carlton]

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Threenovels about life, death, love, friendship and family.

I wanted this book, this trilogy really, to accomplish two things.  To show that "ordinary" middle class people without superpowers or terrible backgrounds are interesting too.  And to explore the idea that perhaps we are not as self-determined as we think we are.  To show how easily people can change when their circumstances change and that, like oak trees, we do not exist without interaction with the local soil and microclimate in which we grow.  But neither can any environment turn an oak into a willow.

About the Author

About the Author Brenda J. Carlton lives in Collegeville, Pennsylvania with her husband Robert. She was born in Philadelphia in 1954, grew up between Coatesville, PA, and “Amish Country” and received a BS in Biology from Muhlenberg College in 1976. She has been at various times and in no particular order, a laboratory technician, a pharmaceutical development manager and consultant, a statistician, a small craft business owner, a mother of two and stepmother of four, grandmother of six, a waitress, a mental hospital aide, a National Merit Scholar, an amateur painter, a home remodeling do-it-yourselfer, an avid reader, an occasional philosopher, now a fledgling author, and always throughout it all, an passionate gardener. She is also the author of DRUG MONEY. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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