High Tide by Nadine Laman
"...author Nadine Laman does it again!! High Tide, the second book in the Kathryn McKenzie story, certainly lives up to the quality of the first book, Kathryn's Beach." — Reviewed by Cherie Fisher for Reader Views
"You really got to the core of Kathryn in High Tide and engaged the reader." — Cathy Cole, Irish mystery author
"Your writing is original and entertaining, and also thought provoking. I love your writing, perhaps even more so because I love you too, and it's like you send me part of you in those stories. The message within them talks to me in a language I understand. I think it will be the same for many, many thousands of people." — Carrie Sheppard, English author and musician
"I finished High Tide a few minutes ago, and I can honestly say that I enjoyed it as much as I have enjoyed anything else I have read." — Kevin Beers
"I've read and reread your books. Your personality comes through in your writing -- beautiful." — Father Alvin Herber, C.PP.S.
Cactus Rain Publishing
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High Tide (2nd book of the trilogy)
Kathryn's judgement is flawed in matters of love. Yet her unwavering passion for working with homeless families make her failings forgivable. She has the perfect job, the perfect friends, and the perfect lover until a client dies, her lover moves away, she meets her paternal grandfather who tells her the secret of her identity.
Nadine was born and raised in Los Angeles County, California, during the turbulent winds of social unrest - which explains the eternally optimistic belief that we can have a better world. She graduated from Arizona State University School of Social Work at a time when social work was a vehicle of social change that could not be ignored.
In the tradition of Irish storytellers' wit, humor, tragedy, tongue-in-cheek satire, her characters' strengths and weaknesses are exposed to further explore the human drama in which we live. Nadine prefers to write in a personal voice for the protagonist - a much more enjoyable style for herself - and, she hopes for you. She currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona.
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