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APW Book Club 11/20/21 with Margaret Spence

Karen Lateiner is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: APW Book Club with Margaret Spence: Joyous Lies
Date: Nov 20, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM Arizona
Zoom: The link has been sent to APW and Book Club members. If you would like to attend and didn’t receive the link, contact Karen at kslateiner@gmail.com

Joyous Lies: A story of family secrets set on a commune in Northern California, the novel delves also into the communication powers of plants.

Maelle Woolley, a shy botanist, prefers plants to people. They don’t suddenly disappear. Raised on her grandparents’ commune after her mother’s mysterious death, she follows the commune’s utopian beliefs of love for all. Then she falls for attractive psychiatrist Zachary Kane. When Zachary claims her mother and his father never emerged alive from his father’s medical research lab, Maelle investigates. What she discovers will challenge everything she believes, force her to find strength she never knew she had, and confront the commune’s secrets and lies and asks, if plants can protect their young, why can’t humans do the same?

No scientist, but an avid gardener, Margaret loved doing the research for this book. Born in Melbourne, Australia, Margaret has lived in the United States since the age of 23. She’s lived on both East and West Coasts and enjoys Arizona winters. When she’s not at her desk she tends an unruly garden, cooks up a storm in the kitchen, and cherishes time with her family.

Find her at MargaretAnnSpence.com.

To purchase the book:
https://www.amazon.com/Joyous-Lies-Margaret-Ann-Spence-ebook/dp/B08RYB34FN