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A novel describing life in a family compound near the Pilgrim nuclear plant during the summer after the Fukushima disaster. For five generations the extended family has spent quiet secluded summers in the shingled houses on a beautiful ocean front property. The family's reaction to the dangers of the nearby nuclear power plant, combined with what is happening in their own lives, brings up the question of selling the property.
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|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.37(d)|
About the Author
J H Bartlett and her family spent twenty years living overseas in Europe, Central America and Asia. After her husband's retirement from the Foreign Service, she participated in an Oral History project for the State Department and set up a small business writing memoirs and familiy histories. Mrs. Bartlett is a graduate of Dana Hall School, attended McGill University in Montreal and graduated from Harvard. She is a member of a writing group in Oaxaca, Mexico and studies under Sarah Moon at the Plymouth Center for the Arts.