The Stranger Box


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6.0 X 0.92 X 9.0 inches | 1.33 pounds
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About the Author

After graduating from Smith College, Pam embarked on what would become multi-faceted career during which she would advise leaders of American corporations, Wall Street financiers, directors of non-profits, and medical practitioners on the human dimensions of their enterprises. Now, she is enjoying living on a mountaintop in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, and sharing her insights through the printed word. As is apparent in her new novel, The Stranger Box, she enjoys creating characters who are courageous, resourceful and, true to human nature, embody both good and evil. Though brave and bold, her heroines are capable of creating their own worst obstacles. Though gallant, her heroes can be stubborn, narrow-minded and blind to the impact they are having on themselves and others. Regardless, they are willing to take risks even when the stakes are high and the odds are against them. They share her belief as expressed by Helen Keller, "Life is an adventure or nothing at all." This message is also apparent in the non-fiction book she is now completing. The Hourglass: Life as an Aging Mortal is at once memoir and self-help interspersed with bits of philosophy and cultural commentary. It's about meeting the challenges of aging and dying with dignity. She is also contemplating a sequel to The Stranger Box, and is working on a novel about a young man afflicted with asperger syndrome who becomes a reluctant asset to a cruel, greed-driven Wall Street trader. In addition, Pam has published the following: -Turf and other Corporate Power Plays. Prentice Hall, Inc. Englewood, New Jersey. 1985 -The Power Handbook: A Strategic Guide to Organizational and Personal Effectiveness. Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, Inc. New York, New York, 1982 -Widow's Walk. Crown Publishers Inc. New York, New York. 1981 Learn more and communicate with her on her website: http: //