Sarah Palin by Kaylene Johnson
The Rise of a Political Star

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This well-written biography chronicles the meteoric rise of Sarah Palin and how she tackled the cushy world of corruption and scandal in Alaska. We agreed the deal yesterday and the book we have secured a scale-out by Waterstones and are working fast to release the book by in early October (7th at the moment). She has become the sensation of the US elections in what is already a ground-breaking race; Johnson's book will fill in the blanks of who she is and what she did before becoming close to may be being the most powerful woman in the world in a thoroughly researched narrative.

About Kaylene Johnson

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Kaylene Johnson is an award-winning writer and author who lives with her family on a small farm near Wasilla, Alaska. In addition to two other books she has written, "Portrait of the Alaska Railroad" and "Trails Across Time," Johnson's work has in numerous magazines and newspapers ranging from Alaska magazine to the LA Times. She received an MFA in Writing from Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky.
Published October 21, 2008 by Gibson Square Books Ltd. 179 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs.

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Sarah's potential was realised when she came seventh in the Wasilla Miss Congeniality competition in 1979.

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