The Whiskey Creek Water Company

November 1932 on Puget Sound-Roosevelt's elected to end the Depression, Prohibition's still the law, married women can't teach school kids, and a local moonshiner needs a distributor. Enter the dark-cloaked stranger in a sand-colored coupe, with his battered wife and waif-like child. Soon the community divides over supporting the wife and child, and sending the entire family packing. More

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Words: 107,170
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781310661365
About Jan Walker

Jan Walker is the author of several published books, editorial director at Plicata Press (a regional Indie press with 11 published authors to date), and retired community college teacher. She spent 18 years teaching adult felons in female and male prisons where she developed courses and wrote curriculum to meet the population’s specific needs. Jan's prison teacher's memoir, DANCING TO THE CONCERTINA'S TUNE, was named a "Washington Reads" book by the state librarian. A revisited issue of that book will be released in mid-2014.

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