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The Cast Net

Millie West

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ISBN 10: 1939371120 / ISBN 13: 9781939371126
Published by BQB Publishing, 2013
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Title: The Cast Net

Publisher: BQB Publishing

Publication Date: 2013

Book Condition:Good

Edition: Revised.

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Leaving the glamour of a successful advertising career in New York, Mills Taylor eagerly accepts a position as the director of an educational scholarship foundation in Alston Station, a town near Charleston, South Carolina---the opportunity for a simpler, less hectic life is just too appealing to turn down. But, she unwittingly steps into an unfamiliar world of family secrets, betrayal, supernatural tales, southern traditions, and money---lots of money. Her new boss, Cooper Heath, is as socially conscious as he is charming, but falls from favor when his beautiful wife goes missing. Fundraising work brings Mills in close contact with a community divided in loyalty to Heath---does she have to choose a side? The Cast Net chronicles a world of southern money and power in the late 1980s. Living and working closely with the Heath family, Mills learns the deeper meaning of "the cast net" and why it has been embraced by generations of Low Country residents. The Cast Net is a compelling and engaging novel about roots, a sense of community, trust, redemption, and, especially, love.

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I had the story for The Cast Net in my head for many years, but never had the time to write it down.Family, work and life happened! I worked as a real estate broker for sixteen years and when the market turned down in 2007, I had the time to write. And write I did--too much. In querying literary agents, one agent responded that my manuscript was too long. I went back, and line by line edited the story. About the time that I finished the reduction of the novel, the South Carolina Book Festival was being held in Columbia, SC. I met the publisher, Terri Leidich, from Boutique of Quality Books. She offered to read my manuscript, and she liked it. I was thrilled! Southern history is intertwined with the mystery plot, and you will discover the fate of the beautiful Elise Heath! If you dare!

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