Etched in Shadow Hill Cemetery

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Available on Amazon & Barnes and Noble


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New Jersey wild-child Justine Andrews spends her summers in Eva Thompson’s sleepy Massachusetts town. Justine, an outspoken feminist, thrives on raising hell while skirting the law. Eva, a sheltered Catholic girl, teeters between obeying her cautious nature and abandoning restraint to revel in the excitement Justine creates. They forge a fiercely loyal bond spanning decades through juvenile pranks; first boyfriends; the era of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll; marriage; and beyond.

Will a man Eva trusted her entire life destroy her dreams for the future? Will Justine’s need for revenge lead them into serious danger? Exactly how far would you go for your best friend?

Set in the 1970s, this nostalgic coming-of-age story will make you laugh, cry, and root for the girls during their many adventures, growing pains, joys, and losses.

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“A funny, spirited story that is bursting with 1970s nostalgia. Justine and Eva’s summer teenage escapades tickled my memory, and their devoted friendship touched my heart.” – Shelle Sumners, author of Grace Grows


The Reviews Are In!

“This book is a well-written coming-of-age story told alternately by Eva and Justine that perfectly captures the hopes, self-doubt, happiness, and heartbreak of adolescence.” – Fulmoonmajik

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“What a wonderful book! Once I started reading, I couldn’t put it down. As a child of the 70s myself, I was able to relate to both Eva and Justine, and I thoroughly enjoyed getting lost in the time and found myself completely entertained by their crazy antics! I’m sorry I finished it so quickly – I didn’t want the story to end!” – Amazon Customer

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“Loved this book! I might be biased, since I grew up in the area, but the authors perfectly captured summers in a small town in New England. I know the life on country roads, riding bikes to cemeteries, small town thoughts and regulars and everything. Great book. Loved, loved, loved it.” – Wendy from central MA

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“I loved this book. It was one of those books where I miss the characters after finishing it…I hope there will be more books from Dorgan and Fairbanks. They are my new favorite authors!” – Anne Bradley

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