Crazy Natalie is a novel about a feisty young woman. She comes to think about her neighbors as paranoid - nervous, afraid, overly protective. She designs an experiment to test the neighborhood's reactions. She gets a result far beyond her expections. This novel, by Ron Watts, was written in the 1970's. Ron had recently left his Legal Aid law practice to write full time. It has lain, typed and edited, in its box, for all these years. I found it, after his death, when I moved and went through his work. I liked it very much and decided to put it into print.
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Ron Watts was a native San Franciscan. He grew up in the Sunset, went to Lincoln High School, UC Berkeley and to Golden Gate Law School. He practiced law, first as a Legal Aid attorney for ten years and then in private practice. He left his practice in 1972 to write full time. In the 80's Ron and a partner built three spec houses in the Montclair section of Oakland. In the 90's, he joined his second wife in her small printing business. They both retired from that business in 1998 and moved out of the Bay Area to Healdsburg, California. Ron was a man of many talents. In addition t0 Crazy Natalie he wrote four full length detective novels. He was a wonderful builder and had a strong artistic sense. Before his illness he had become interested in ceramics and showed considerable promise. Ron died from multiple myaloma in May of 2014.
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