The Veranda by Susan LaDue
(Volume 1)

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A beautifully crafted novel about the pleasure of stories and the importance of the present. A woman of a certain age has hunkered down in a rainforest retreat to gain perspective on her complex life by writing. From the streets of Paris to the beaches of Cape Cod, to the tunnels of the New York City subway, she recreates people, places, events, love affairs, business endeavors and friendships. In the end, all she can keep in focus is the jungle veranda that she'd intended merely as a staging area.
 

About Susan LaDue

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Susan LaDue lives and works in central MA. She has a Ph.D. in Romance Languages and Literatures, and was a professor of French and Women's Studies at UMass, Boston for 13 years. She has published one scholarly work and a number of articles in English and French, as well as "Four Seasons Dog Care", a manual about caring for your dog as the seasons change. Susan owned a dog services business for 15 years.
 
Published August 6, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 110 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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