Meet Me in Nuthatch by Jacqueline T Lynch

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A publicity stunt to attract tourists to a small dying town results in the entire community turning the clock back to 1904. It is local Christmas tree farmer Everett Campbell’s idea, after watching the film “Meet Me in St. Louis,” his young daughter’s new favorite movie. What begins as half practical joke and half desperate ploy initiates the rebirth of Nuthatch, Massachusetts. Tourists do come, along with the media. To Everett’s dismay, his campaign to save their community results in also attracting representatives of a chain of theme parks who want to buy Nuthatch 1904. Everett now stands to lose his town in a way he never imagined, and the community is divided on which alternate future to choose. A local drug dealer, the longtime enemy of Everett, may hold their future in his hands unless Everett can pull off his most spectacular, and dangerous, practical joke.

About Jacqueline T Lynch

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John T. Lynch (Illustrator) has published cartoons in national and regional magazines, including American Legion, has illustrated book covers, and also posts his cartoons on his blog Arte Acher's Falling Circus. His book of cartoons, also titled Arte Acher's Falling Circus is available as an eBook at online shops. Arte Acher's Falling Circus: http: // Jacqueline T. Lynch (story), a novelist, playwright, and blogger on New England history and classic films, has published articles on historical subjects in national and regional magazines, and has several novels, and non-fiction books published as eBooks and in print available through online shops. Website: Another Old Movie Blog: http: // New England Travels: http: // John and Jacqueline are twin brother and sister.
Published September 26, 2010 by Jacqueline T. Lynch. 196 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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