Polecat Epoch

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Christie Martin's hope for a decent existence is as frozen as the ground that keeps her from enyoying the luxury of running water. Life begins to heat up when a surprise visit by two old friends from California initiates a series of events that put Christie, and her guests, in mortal danger and drastically alters her life. More

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Words: 73,610
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452408279
About Julie Jeffries

The Bronx was her birthplace but her heart was meant for California. Julie Jeffries made many moves in her life. Miami, FL, saw her through high school and her introduction to acting and professional dance. Manhattan was a revisit to her birth state where she pursued a singing career. Los Angeles led to Wyoming where she absorbed the background for her new novel Polecat Epoch. Sun Valley, Idaho made snow fun. A 36 day sail trip to Hawaii made her a confirmed landlubber. And presently, San Diego is the city where she flourishes. Julie has performed in little theatre, managed and performed in a successful country music band, written songs, earned an Associates in Arts degree from San Diego Mesa College and a Bachelor of Theatre Arts degree from UCSD, where she completed a screen play among other writing works. Polecat Epoch is Julie Jeffries' first novel and she has plans for several more.

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Review by: Lorna Diamond on July 08, 2012 : (no rating)
Loved it. Could not put it down. It is an utterly engaging story full of intersting characters. Julie Jeffries has a great eye for detail and has written a story that is fast paced and very entertaining.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)

Review by: Brenda Goldbaum on May 07, 2012 : (no rating)
A great read. Wonderful description of life in rural Wyoming. The heroine is vulnerable and struggles through the twist and turns of the plot. For me it was a real page turner.
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)

Review by: Norine Silverstein on April 21, 2012 :
Read this Epoch. At times the heartwrenching thought process of this young woman, as she tries to make sense out of her life choices, gives you a sense of futility. But the will to survive, and the ingrown work ethic shines through to the end. In contrast, the villain's thought process is so idiotic that you just want to pull your hair out. We've all met people like him. It's never his fault. Ugh. Great reading. Don't miss this little special work.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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