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The New Road

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Michelle Miller Ibanez, at thirty-one, is already a success by any measure. A respected Baltimore attorney, she has a handsome husband and a beautiful child. She is surrounded by family and friends who adore her. Life is sweet and only getting better-that is, until she's handed House Bill 1664. In this bill are the plans for a massive highway interchange, the construction ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published July 14th 2010 by iUniverse.com
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Janine McCaw
Jan 14, 2012 Janine McCaw rated it it was amazing
In "The New Road", L.J. Hippler revisits Baltimore and the Miller family; places and people we came to love in "Cathedral Street".

This time around the central character is Michelle Miller Ibanez, a woman who seems to have everything one could ask for…great husband, great kid, great job. She even volunteers to champion a seemingly lost cause—the fight against a new road set to wreck havoc with her historical neighborhood and displace people who live on the fringe of it. That’s when her life begi
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L.j. Hippler
Aug 19, 2010 L.j. Hippler rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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