Jennifer Lew (Author)
DescriptionBoston newspaper reporter Ariella Richardson always wanted to cover health and science. Suddenly her editor gives her a chance to interview top cancer researcher, Sam Becker, the very same day a murder story breaks at the medical center. As she digs into his research, Ariella finds herself intrigued by Sam and drawn into his life, past and present, finding out more about his secrets and tragedies than she ever expected. Set in the early 1990's Ariella's story takes her through the neighborhoods of Boston as she meets a colorful array of professionals and patients connected with the hospital, and her reporting propels her into funding scandals and even the murder case that has transfixed the city. Caught between curiosity and caution, she sees that the journalism she loves can hurt and even endanger her friends, and as news stories take on a life of their own, she must face decisions about love, ethics and who she wants to be.
Tortoise Shell Books
May 04, 2016
5.0 X 0.83 X 8.0 inches | 0.89 pounds
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About the Author
Jennifer Lew has been writing stories since the age of seven. She writes both fiction and creative non-fiction, and enjoys flower gardens, farmers' markets, psychology, politics and history. Born in New York City, she has lived in many parts of the United States, and now lives in Maryland, where she settled to bring up her children. She has a loving husband and two sons who support and distract her in equal measure.