Author: Nancy CraigISBN 978-1-62137-260-8 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-62137-265-3 (eBook)
A highly publicized court case has brought negative attention to Karen Powers, a TV new personality and self-styled media darling. Her life-long best friend Sarah has been by her side acting as her counsel. When the trial ends. she walks away, declaring that even as a friend, she's had enough. Before leaving Sarah tells Karen that she needs professional help. The lies have destroyed Karen's relationship with her parents, friends and children. There is no one left. The guilty verdict forces Karen to turn to the last place she thinks she can get help...her aging parents. Thinking she can charm her Dad like she did when she was young, Karen calls home. See how events turn as Karen tries to move ahead with her life. Will she charm everyone once again, or will she come to battle with herself as the story of "The Liar's Legacy" unfolds.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Nancy Craig is a retired school teacher. She holds a degree in elementary education from Texas Western College, now known as UTEP. (University of Texas at El Paso). Her teaching experience includes teaching first, second, fifth and sixth grades. The last three years she worked with the gifted and talented program.
She is married and she and her husband, Bob, will soon be celebrating their forty-eighth wedding anniversary. They have two daughters and five grandchildren.
Nancy enjoys gardening, reading, traveling, and cooking. Both she and Bob are certified Master Gardeners.
The Liar's Legacy is her first novel to be published, but there are several children's books waiting in the wings.
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