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Shunning Sarah by Julie Kramer
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Aug 15, 2012

it was amazing
Read in August, 2012

Julie Kramer is a journalist, turned novelist whoe experience makes this story both intriguing and compelling. We get a glimpse into the perceived quiet and non-violent Amish community as well as a look into the operations of a TV news studio.

Riley Spartz was originally going to cover the story of a little boy who had fallen into a sink hole. What she uncovers also with the boy's rescue is a yound girl who has been murdered and body dumped into the hole.

There is a shakeup going at the news station due to recent murders of seveal of its employees. The new station manager is trying to flex his muscles and bring all under his rules for reporting. SOme balk at these new ideas but it is made known that either you comply or look for employment elsewhere.

A seasoned reporter, Riley can not agree with the boss' stance that these two pieces of news are not interesting to their viewing audience just because the events occurred outside their demographic area. She pursues the events while trying to appease her boss by also covering "fluff" news.

You will not want to put this book down once you become involved with Riley's chasing her story and trying to keep her lecherous boss at bay.
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