The Mystery of Hunger Mountain

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Jan Whitlock, the young investigative reporter in "The Mystery at Seymour Lake Lodge" continues to search for an answer to the gnawing hunger inside her soul. She returns to the area of Vermont where she grew up, and there in Shady Rill, in the shadow of Hunger Mountain, she is challenged in ways she never expected. With threats to her business success, her most important relationships, and even her life, Jan must discover and believe in her inherent inner strength and wisdom. Her passion for discovery and her ...
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Overview

Jan Whitlock, the young investigative reporter in "The Mystery at Seymour Lake Lodge" continues to search for an answer to the gnawing hunger inside her soul. She returns to the area of Vermont where she grew up, and there in Shady Rill, in the shadow of Hunger Mountain, she is challenged in ways she never expected. With threats to her business success, her most important relationships, and even her life, Jan must discover and believe in her inherent inner strength and wisdom. Her passion for discovery and her need for connection with writers, artists and musicians drive her to build and sustain a life where creativity can flourish and where she can be fully herself yet still have room for a romantic partner. The author tempts you to escape into the back woods of Central Vermont in the Worcester Mountain Range, where beavers and rattlesnakes are protected from poachers, and where serendipity awaits at every turn of the trail.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781463665104
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/10/2012
  • Pages: 328
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.73 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan Winters Smith was born in Norwood, Massachusetts, grew up in Central Vermont in the little village of Shady Rill, and has lived in Connecticut with her husband Stephen for most of her adult life. She graduated from Montpelier High School in 1965 and the University of Vermont in 1969, later earning a Master's degree from St. Joseph College in West Hartford. She has written stories and poems all of her life, while going to school, raising three children, caring for a handicapped uncle, and working in the fields of Special Education, free-lance Journalism and Social Work. Susan is a member of NWU, CAPA, and LVW. She is also an associate member of the Abenaki Clan of the Hawk in the Northeast Kingdom. Her many interests include genealogy, gardening, nature, environmentalism, spirituality, photography, art and music. Susan has had articles and poetry published in newspapers and genealogical journals. She self-published a mystery novel, "The Mystery at Seymour Lake Lodge" in 2010, two poetry books, "The Dragonfly Sees" and "The Dragonfly Feels" in 2011. Her works in progress include poems, children's books, and novels.
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