It's 1987, and everyone has an opinion of fifteen year old Katherine Beagan. To her therapist she's emotionally disturbed, while her principal thinks she is a trouble maker. To her classmates she's a runt, while her social worker thinks she's a punk. But when the Portland police call her an arson, her only escape is to pretend to be someone else, and that is when her real trouble begins...
Really, Truly, Katherine Beagan blends Anne of Green Gables with Ferris Bueller, TV comedies with real life struggles, and shows that happiness can arrive by following the most unexpected paths.
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About the Author
Jane Comer is a writer and actress from Portland, Oregon. A self -described Communication Artist, since leaving Linfield College with a degree in English and Theatre, she's been involved in many communication adventures Have her adventures been as interesting as Katherine Beagan's? Perhaps, but she's not telling!