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Monday, August 12, 2013

It's Monday, What are You Reading? Eighteen Acres



It's Monday, What are You Reading? 
Eighteen Acres
by Nicolle Wallace

This post is the sixty-sixth entry for this meme suggested by Sheila@ One Persons Journey Through A World of Books. [Entries 22-25 in the series were posted at  the Dr. Bill Tells Ancestor Stories]




Noticed mention of this novel (and the second one in the series) in an article about Hillary Clinton in the Washington Post. Surprised I hadn't seen it before. Got it on the Kindle. Pretty sure I'll enjoy it!

From Amazon Editorial Reviews section, extracted 11 Aug 2013:

Editorial Reviews
From Booklist
:
Melanie Kingston, White House chief of staff to the nation’s forty-fifth president, Charlotte Kramer, has spent 15 years in the 18 acres that constitute the White House complex. As her boss and dear friend President Kramer considers running for a second term, the two are confronted with political and personal turmoil that threatens their collective and individual careers. Melanie has no social life to speak of as she navigates the politics within and outside the White House. Charlotte’s marriage is falling apart, her husband is having an affair, and her closest adviser and friend makes a judgment that threatens national security and tests the bonds of friendship. Dale Smith, a reporter in love with the president’s husband, fights her conscience and professional ethics as she struggles to climb to the top of television news reporting. Wallace draws on 13 years experience as a political commentator and news reporter, many of those years spent working in the White House, to deliver a portrait of three women caught in the whirlwind of Washington politics. --Vanessa Bush

About the Author
Nicolle Wallace is a political strategist and former political analyst for CBS Evening News whose recent posts include White House Communications Director under George W. Bush and campaign advisor for John McCain and Sarah Palin. Wallace lives in New York City and Connecticut.





Happy Reading!

Dr. Bill  ;-)

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