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Gateway Thirteen year old Mac Whitford is caught between her divorcing parents their lawyers and friends With the help of two re markable new friends she takes charge in quite a surprising way In this debu

  • Title: Gateway
  • Author: LeeRobinson
  • ISBN: 9780395727720
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Thirteen year old Mac Whitford is caught between her divorcing parents, their lawyers, and friends With the help of two re markable new friends, she takes charge in quite a surprising way In this debut novel lit by animated, engaging characters, a spirited teenager navigates her way through a bitter custody fight Robinson sketches characters and relationships witThirteen year old Mac Whitford is caught between her divorcing parents, their lawyers, and friends With the help of two re markable new friends, she takes charge in quite a surprising way In this debut novel lit by animated, engaging characters, a spirited teenager navigates her way through a bitter custody fight Robinson sketches characters and relationships with wonderful deftness, delivering Mac s thoughts in a calm but not distant tone the story is set in Charleston and evokes that town s unhurried grace Kirkus Reviews, pointer

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    1. LeeRobinson

      Lee Robinson practiced law in Charleston, S.C for over 20 years and was elected the first female president of the Charleston Bar Association She has been writing since high school Her first book of poetry, Hearsay, won the Poets Out Loud Prize from Fordham University Press, and she is a three time winner of the South Carolina Arts Commison s Fiction Prize She and her husband, Jerald Winakur, were co recipients of the Literary Excellence Award from Gemini Ink, San Antonio s center for the literary arts Lee lives on a ranch in the Texas hill country, where she is surrounded by many wild critters some of them human

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    1. This summer, I was talking to Harriet McDougal Rigney, who is not only a friend, but an editor I respect a great deal. The subject was novels set in Charleston, written for a middle school/YA crowd. Harriet asked if I'd read this book, which had somehow gone completely beneath my radar. I found a copy, and curled up on this rainy Sunday to read a book set in my beloved Charleston.The author used her experience and familiarity with the Charleston legal system (she was a public defender here for m [...]


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