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Between the White Lines by [Mark Sublette]
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Length: 264 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled Age Level: 18 - 18 Grade Level: 12 - 12

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BETWEEN THE WHITE LINES is a book of fiction. There are afew professional golfers referenced to help bring Willy Wilson's character tolife. While some historical facts like Jim Furyk attending the University ofArizona and the late, great Billy Casper winning the 1970 Masters are accurate,the situations involving golfers alive or dead are complete fiction, as is WillyWilson. The last portion of the book is set in 2010 when Augusta National'sfamous Eisenhower loblolly pine was alive and guarding the 17thfairway.

All the book's characters are fictitious, including artdealers and collectors, except the late Allan Stone, who was an art dealer thatrepresented Wayne Thiebaud, who is briefly mentioned in chapter 23 to helpexplain price structure for artworks. EARTH KNOWER and TRADITION by MaynardDixon are actual paintings and considered to be two of his masterpieces. EARTHKNOWER resides in the Oakland Museum of California and is worth the trip tosee. Some of the artists mentioned in chapter 23 are real painters who Iadmire, although paintings attributed to them are fictitious.

Thomas Moran lived from 1837-1926. The work THE LONE CYPRESSat the heart of this novel does not exist and if there is a Moran painting ofthat title it is not the painting in this book. Dynamite Industries isfictional and any resemblance to any company or individuals associated living ordead is pure coincidence.

Augusta National Golf Club, Pebble Beach Resorts, andCypress Point Country Club are exceptional golf courses and national treasuresto all that love the game of golf. Visiting them was my inspiration for thisbook. I often play at Loews Ventana Canyon golf course in the Santa CatalinaMountains of Tucson, and highly recommend it. No golf club members, coaches, orplayers on any of the golf courses mentioned in this book are real.

No book is complete without great cover art and I'm mostappreciative of Dennis Ziemienski's artistic vision that brought BETWEEN THEWHITE LINES to life for me.

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The gifted musician Eva De Plain becomes an unwitting pawnin a struggle for a priceless Thomas Moran painting, a treasure which holds thepowers of salvation. Eva's creativity propels her on a journey of love anddevastation from Mexico City to Augusta, Georgia, all the while being hunted byan ambitious psychopath bent on her destruction. This thriller involves progolf athletes, art business insiders, and a savvy real estate tycoon, as livesfrom varying backgrounds intersect to influence each other. As the years go by,alliances are formed, but who can be trusted in the long run? The final battlebetween good and evil is a twist-and-turn hairpin ride occurring on and off thegolf course during the famed Masters Tournament, and destruction is only aknife blade away.

This stand-alone thriller is from Mark Sublette, best knownfor his ongoing Charles Bloom Murder Mystery art series set in the Southwest.

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  • ASIN : B011APBPJS
  • File size : 4460 KB
  • Publisher : Just Me Publishing, LLC (July 8, 2015)
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 264 pages
  • Publication date : July 8, 2015
  • Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
  • Language: : English
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • X-Ray : Not Enabled
  • Screen Reader : Supported
  • Lending : Enabled
  • Customer Reviews:
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