A Daughter is Given
List Price: 23.95
Available: April 2017
A DAUGHTER IS GIVEN Except for her mother in a mental institution, the President of the United States, KC Kingsley, was the only person who knew that Katherine Ross was his biological daughter. The baby girl, crying and squirming, came from the womb to the guilt ridden mother who denied and rejected her. Katherine was given to her mother’s husband, James Ross, at the same moment her mother took the terror of her seduction, and denial of her baby, to the darkest places of her mind. At the age of seventeen, Katherine was cast into the Kingsley family by the sudden death of James Ross. Katherine and her mother are constant threats to Kingsley’s administration and marriage. His juggling act crumbled when his son fell in love with Katherine. Julianne Kingsley, turned her back on the president and became the champion of Katherine and her mother. Set in Washington D.C and Maryland—1950’s—when sexual misconduct could bring a politician down.
Faye Green grew up in Laurel, Maryland, lived in Arapahoe, North Carolina, and now resides in Middletown, Delaware.
Her stories, are set in and around those places. Her books feature the flavor of Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay and the beautiful Atlantic beaches down the coast. After careers in the Prince Georges County School System and the Department of Defense, Ms. Green concentrates on her literary career, writing poetry, novels, short stories and non-fiction. She is inspired by historical events and social stigmas—exploring past decades through her characters. Ms. Green speaks to professional groups, retirement groups, book clubs, writer’s groups, discussing her writing and encouraging others not to put off doing what they have always wanted to do. “Retirement is another chapter—fill it up and make it a good one.” Contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org or her publisher’s web page www.dogear.com/ fayegreen. Books available on amazon.com, and local book stores.
Faye Green has published four books in the last five years. The Boy on the Wall 2012, Dicey in 2013, Gertie in 2014 and A Daughter is Given 2017. She has a special interest in Irish famine history, subject of The Boy on the Wall.
For her next book, Ms. Green is doing research on Ireland’s workhouse system during the famine years.