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trop·ic (ˈträ-pik) n. The turning-point; a solstitial point. Hunter Roberge's mother disowned her and kicked her out of the house at the age of eighteen. Betrayed and emotionally devastated, Hunter escaped Otter Falls, Vermont, on a bus and started life anew on the west coast. Sixteen years later, her mother dies and inexplicably leaves her estate to Hunter rather than her sons. Hunter's two brothers are confused and angered by the bequeathing and Hunter is forced to deal with unresolved family dynamics. Amidst this turmoil, a chance meeting with a childhood acquaintance results in unexpected romance. Hunter soon discovers that her mother's disposition of her estate is not the only mystery. A series of events reveals long-buried secrets that bring her to a point of questioning what she believes to be true, and this becomes the tropic of Hunter.
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Cheyne Curry was born in Vermont, raised in New York and spent a majority of her adult life being bicoastal. She has lived in Monterey, Pebble Beach, Ventura, Hollywood, West Hollywood, Studio City and Palm Springs, California as well as spent time in Alabama, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Delaware and Italy. Most of her work experience is law-enforcement related. She was a Military Police officer in the US Army, a civilian police officer, a federal police officer, a civilian correctional officer, a private investigator, a surveillance agent, and in entertainment security management. Cheyne, a drummer and rhythm guitarist, currently spends her time writing books, sketching, composing music and writing screenplays for short films, some of which can be viewed at her website: www.cheynecurry.com She now lives in the Midwest with her wife, Brenda, and their 3 fur kids, Liam, a shepherd-mix, Mesa, a black mouth cur and Belladonna Bossy Pants, a neurotic black cat who runs the house. All are rescues. The Tropic of Hunter was a finalist for The Golden Crown Literary Society’s Ann Bannon Popular Choice Award in 2014.
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Book Description Blue Feather Books LTD., 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111935627686