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A collection of short stories... some set in the San Francisco Bay Area with its beaches and ferries and views, some set in the north of England during 2001, when the country was battling with foot-and-mouth disease. There are stories too about music and its effects, and the effects on us of people we know only briefly or people we think we know very well.... mood provoking sketches and glimpses of people’s lives, some fairly light, some with echoes of the more serious moments we have all known.

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About the Author

Leah Miller
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Born in New York state, Leah Miller spent many years living in California, obtaining a BA in English from The University of California. With her partner, Pieter Van Deusen, she wrote and produced educational films (doing sound and artwork on them too) and after moving to England with Pieter in 1983, helped with the making of his feature film, 'Netherby Naps.' She has always loved to write; producing short stories and longer works, her writing reflects life in both America and Europe.

Publish Date  January 17, 2012

Dimensions  Pocket  130 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Literature & Fiction

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