Waiting for Harper Lee

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In a town where change is slow to take shape, and in a time when husbands tell their wives how to vote, artist Lynn Westfall decides to make a difference. The other women of Quillan’s Crossing think empowerment is a good idea, and are eager to talk…and talk…and talk about it. None of them want to do more. Except for the vibrant Alix Dunnevan, a woman whose marriage to a local powerhouse politician is held up as the perfect ideal.

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Overview

In a town where change is slow to take shape, and in a time when husbands tell their wives how to vote, artist Lynn Westfall decides to make a difference. The other women of Quillan’s Crossing think empowerment is a good idea, and are eager to talk…and talk…and talk about it. None of them want to do more. Except for the vibrant Alix Dunnevan, a woman whose marriage to a local powerhouse politician is held up as the perfect ideal.

Before she knows it, their shared love of music and growing camaraderie means more than it should, and Lynn finds herself a painful cliché: the lesbian who has fallen for the straight woman. Even if by some miracle Alix returned her feelings, Lynn is certain Alix’s husband is capable of keeping her and their daughters chained to him.

Lynn searches for the strength to walk away. Even when the mask that Alix wears starts to slip and conflict inside her marriage suggest cracks have existed for years, it doesn’t mean there is hope...
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781594933424
  • Publisher: Bella Books, Inc.
  • Publication date: 5/21/2013
  • Pages: 264
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author


Lea Daley’s first love is painting, and she holds a degree in fine arts. But most of her working life has been devoted to early childhood education, both as a teacher and an instructor. She’s also a sought-after speaker on the relationship between art, creativity and cognition. With many years partnered with the love of her life she has at last turned to her last great love: writing. Waiting for Harper Lee is her first novel.
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