It’s the 1990s, before Google maps and cell phones, and three young women get lost, some because they want to. They crisscross the country in this coming-of-age story where peace and love are good intentions until someone gets hurt… KARA escapes from home with a secret she cannot hide much longer and flees deep into the New Mexico wilderness, a seemingly vast place to a simple Midwestern girl. AMY, who has been parenting her drug-dependent mother, falls for an exotic drifter passing through town, becomes love-struck, and decides to follow him on a romantic, inspirational adventure. NATASHA, born into privilege, rebels against her family’s expectations and joins the Grateful Dead tour circuit, selling contraband and relishing in her sexual freedom until one bad deal too many catches up with her. When teenaged GRAE climbs into a rusted Volkswagen van hidden on her family’s property, she finds journals from the ’90s documenting these three women’s intertwining journeys. She finally discovers the truth about her mother, along with what really happened over those dramatic six months that connected them all forever, as each woman searched for freedom and found much more than she bargained for…Biographie de l'auteur :
N.R. Leigh began her writing career in 2007 as a featured columnist for the guerrilla newspaper The Uncommon Sense. She since has written books as an expert on personal health and wellness under the pseudonym Nicci Leigh. Peace, Love, and a Dead Hippie Chick was inspired by a newspaper article on the havoc a group of hippies caused in N.R.’s home town, coupled with her own experience traveling across the United States in her early twenties. She lives in southwest Florida with her family and Australian Kelpie. www.NRLeigh.com
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