Author: B. Hayden Hawley
ISBN 978-1-951985-34-9 (softcover);
For a young New York journalist, Aline Kranick, it began as an ideal assignment. To coincide with a brief leave of absence and have the opportunity to interview a renowned New England landscape artist showing in one of the city’s major galleries was an opening she couldn’t refuse.
Aline was unable to predict that the experience would end in betrayal, disillusionment and death, hurting those closest to her.
ABOUT THE AUTHORHayden Hawley has served as an art director for major Boston advertising agencies, a book designer and graphic designer and owned her own graphic design studio. She was also an assistant to Carl F. Zahn, director of publications for the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
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