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6-25-12: "Crooked Lines"
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This conversation first aired August 10, 2011.
Ann Hall Marshall has had a busy life in Emmitsburg raising ten children and building a career as supervisor of Adult Education in Frederick County. Along the way she’s done quite a bit of writing–press releases, education manuals, and a newspaper column. For years, the idea of a novel was also simmering in the background.
She finally wrote that novel and published it last fall–a few months before her 90th birthday.
Today Sheilah talks to Ann Hall Marshall about the novel, Crooked Lines.
Ann Hall Marshall has published a second novel, Full Measure of Love.