Racing The Sun

Racing The Sun

by Mary A Clark


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Racing The Sun by Mary A Clark

Leila Payson, a south Miami high school teacher, is back with more adventures in this sequel to Miami Morning.

What do you do when everything and everyone around you - the man you love, your father, your best friends, your co-workers, your job and workplace - are changing, and you are also changing? This is the dilemma Leila faces as she charts her own path. Will her new lover, Mark, make the journey with her, or be seduced by another love? Her friend Dov is on the wing, seeking love in forbidden places. Another friend's father crashes his vintage car, and sends his life on a different course. Meanwhile, Leila is working with Doug, a quadriplegic, who is preparing for a wheelchair race. Then there's a DNA match, a cult, a plague of rumors, and a renegade guidance counselor. Can Leila find the courage to love and care for others while she keeps her strong sense of self?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781974440436
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/09/2017
Pages: 250
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

About the Author

Mary A. Clark was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Her family moved to Florida, where she spent her formative years. She graduated from Rutgers-Newark College of Arts & Sciences. After college, she moved to New York City. In the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of midtown Manhattan, she worked for several community organizations.

Her books include: Tally: An Intuitive Life, a creative memoir set in NYC's Greenwich Village, and Miami Morning: A Leila Payson Novel, both published by All Things That Matter Press. An epic poem, Children of Light, published by BardPress/Ten Penny Players is available on Amazon/Kindle.

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