Love and sabotage
Marty, a young reporter during World War II, just out of Smith College, wants to investigate a mysterious fire in the shipyard and impress the editor.
But the editor is becoming much too friendly even though she is engaged to a Marine fighter pilot stationed in the Pacific. Worse yet, the editor is annoyed women are taking over men’s jobs and he admires another new reporter Ben.
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Out of thousands of submissions, Love and Sabotage became a finalist in the 17th annual American Fiction Awards, sponsored by the American Book Fest.
The Silver Literary Titan Book Award is bestowed on books that expertly deliver complex characters, intricate worlds, and thought-provoking themes.
The Katie Hart series began in 1965 with the publication of Too Many Boys in hardcover, and was later re-titled Katie and Those Boys by Scholastic Publishing in 1974. Recently, the Katie series has been re-issued as eBooks with a brand new cover design.
The Darci series began with Who's Reading Darci's Diary, which was originally published in 1984 by Lodestar Dutton, then re-printed by Scholastic. Who's Reading Darci's Diary was a Junior Literary Guild Selection. Also, Darci in Cabin 13 was an International Literacy Association finalist.
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