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Through the Haze, the Truth Is Revealed On the surface, Hempstead is a typical Midwestern small town. But glance past the manicured lawns, and you'll find the people of the cannabis underground. Some are dealers, and some wear suits to pay for their lifestyle. But one is about to send the world up in smoke.Mara K. Eton's The Hypocrites exposes the gritty inner lives of these everyday people. There's Mya, who buries her wealth behind sarcasm, and Penn—a complacent weed dealer. Ina is an IT worker, and Bob is the cautious procurer, who delivers his wares in taxidermy raccoons. Jody is an artistic vandal with a guarded heart.And then there's Sean, the woman who falls into an affair with Sam, a con artist. When Sean's unrequited love frays his over-medicated nerves, Sam sets into motion a whirlwind that threatens them all.The Hypocrites unfolds through seven narratives, giving inside views of love and hate, hidden histories, and dreams of the future that come to light through the haze.Biografía del autor:
Attending nine different schools before graduating high school, Mara K. Eton was able to experience the cultures and histories of several different states as well as the country of Spain. It was her time spent in Madrid that fostered her love of art, history, and the ability to tell a good story. Due to her mother teaching her to read at age 4, Mara became obsessed with books. By age 8, Mara started writing down her own stories and continued to read avidly. When Mara won the Lt. Governor's award for best essay in 5th grade, she figured she was on to something with writing her stories down. Mara now spends most of her time in the Southeastern United States.Author's Home: Mount Pleasant, SC
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Descripción Two Harbors Press, 2014. Condición: New. book. Nº de ref. del artículo: M1626526664
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