What happens when a burnt-out journalist meets a house full of lost souls? Liz Cane has seen too many sob stories in her career with The Sacramentan to have much sympathy for the boarders in Flint House who face eviction after the owner of the house has died, literally at Liz's feet. But when she's drawn into the battle to save their home, she discovers the story isn't the one she expected, and family begins in the heart.
|Publisher:||Bridle Path Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
Kathleen Asay is a writer and editor living in Northern California. She has written for newspapers and magazines in several cities in the West. Recently, she had a story in and edited Capital Crimes, an anthology of short fiction by the members of the Sacramento chapter of Sisters in Crime. Flint House is her first novel.