In his latest novel, MARIA JUANA'S GIFT, T. Lloyd Winetsky explores the frustration and heartbreak of preventable human medical error. Set during America's Bicentennial, it is the story of a young teaching couple fighting for the survival of their infant daughter born in a hospital on the Arizona-Mexico border. The novel's theme approaches the core of inhumanity but also celebrates a "gift" the couple will treasure for the rest of their lives. WWW.TLWINETSKY.COM
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T. Lloyd Winetsky grew up in Los Angeles and has taught English and Spanish to students of all ages in the Southwest and Northwest. Now retired from full-time teaching, he is currently a part-time ESL instructor for adult farm workers in Wapato, Washington. Maria Juana's Gift is the author's second novel. His first, Grey Pine (2007), is a psychological novel set during the ash fall from Mount St. Helens. He is working on his third novel, Happy Ranch to Watts, which takes place in Los Angeles during the volatile spring of 1968 when Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy were assassinated. He lives near Moxee, Washington.
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