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Inhaltsangabe: Sue Armstrong's debut novel, ALLEYCAT, is a story about friendship, relationships, and love. Set in the winter and spring of 1971, the story takes place in Monmouth, Oregon, where six nineteen year old students meet on a cold January night. The Equal Rights Amendment was just a whisper and even the Viet Nam war barely touched their lives. A teachers school, Oregon College of Education was a small institution on a quiet campus in a dry town. Only a few students had cars; walking and hitchhiking were common. Telephones were a rarity. Dorms were gender-specific at OCE and visiting hours were strict--no men allowed after 11:00 and room doors had to be left open. At least as sophomores, the girls had some freedom from curfew if they lived in the dorm. ALLEYCAT is the story of Alex, Cal, Judy, Neil, Renee, and Savannah and the unlikely friendship they formed in a diner called Alleycat.

Über den Autor: Sue Armstrong has been writing since middle school, with the goal of writing and publishing a novel. Alleycat is her first but not last--a sequel is in the works. She lives in Oregon which is good since she loves the rain. Retired from teaching, she now spends her time writing and taking care of her three grandchildren whenever possible. She has a book of poetry in print and a webpage which includes a short story of the month, poetry selections, and a blog. Check it out at www.wordsfromsue.com. She loves to hear from readers!

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