City in a Forest

Author:
Ginger Pinholster
Publisher:
Black Rose Writing
Category:
Fiction & Poetry

In City in a Forest, the first novel by Ginger Pinholster, longtime PIO for AAAS, two women strive to prevent a developer from building luxury condos on verdant but lead-contaminated land near their childhood homes. One of the women works as a PIO for an environmental non-profit, while the other, an artist, draws on personal and cultural history to produce her fanciful sculptures and masks.

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Sep. 25, 2019

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