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Jacqueline Wein

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  • Hardcover: 406 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.00" x 9.00"
  • ISBN: 978-1-63505-017-2
  • Publication Date: 2016-04-19
  • Two Harbors Press

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When their beloved pets are threatened, a group of ordinary New Yorkers find surprising new connections.

Played out against Manhattan’s aging brownstones, tree-lined streets and pre-war buildings, Connections brings together an intriguing cast of New Yorkers—a same-sex couple, a tough social worker finding love, a troubled boy, a lonely office manager—who all come together through their love for animals, and join forces against a terrifying menace.

Jacqueline Wein

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Jacqueline Wein

Jacqueline Wein enjoyed a long and hectic career in a New York City advertising agency and its several incarnations. She edited copy, served as proofreader and unassailable office grammarian, organized forums for professional organizations, and edited two business books for their authors. Outside the office, she wrote a book of her own, Roommate, a suspense novel published by Crown.

Now retired, Jacqueline has written a story about another kind of roommate . . . the animals who share our lives, bond with us in intense, intimate ways, and nudge us into relationships.

The beloved dog who took her into the streets, shops, and sidewalk gossip exchanges of her Manhattan neighborhood many years ago gave her some background for this book.

She now splits her time between New York City and Florida, accompanied by her beautiful cat Asia.