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Trail Magic: Lost In Crawford Notch Paperback – July 19, 2008
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About the Author
Prior to moving to New Hampshire in 1977, the author spent most of the previous 20 years living overseas. As the daughter of an American diplomat with the State Department, she lived in Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, Thailand, and Ethiopia before returning to the U.S. to attend college. She has written travel articles, poetry, and fiction, and was the sole publisher of the Southern NH Children's Directory and related publications from 1994 to 1999. She is employed as a technical writer for an international software company. Ms. Sullivan's next project is a non-fiction account of her her family's experiences living overseas as well as a an untitled sequel to Trail Magic.
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The action unfolds against a scenic backdrop of a family-owned campground. From the dangerous anger of the girl's father, to the mother's paralyzing sorrow, to the unscrupulous newswoman trying to boost her own ratings, these characters reveal their true colors — and motives.
Adding to the richness of the book, are the parallel back-stories of the campground family's own losses: the death of Angie's mother in the US Embassy bombing in Nairobi and Tess's emigration from war-torn Vietnam. There is also an old diary discovered in the walls of the lodge's cellar which holds an intriguing story of its own. Each chapter comes alive through the very rich, believable dialog of all the characters. What a page-turner!