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The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes

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March is Read Local Month and we’re celebrating Atlantic Canadian eBooks! Learn more at: http://atlanticbookstoday.ca/read-local/ Week 2: The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes, by Bridget Canning Wanda Jaynes is about to lose her job amidst a mountain of bills and suspects her musician boyfriend might be romantically interested in her friend, Trish. But Wanda’s life changes radically on a routine trip to the grocery store when a gunman enters the supermarket and opens fire. When she comes face to face with the shooter, she instinctively hurls a can of coconut milk at his head, knocking him unconscious. In the ensuing media storm, she’s hailed a hero and miracle worker. But in the aftermath of so much attention, she receives strange emails and believes she’s being followed. As her fear and paranoia grow, both her private and professional lives hang in the balance. It takes another act of bravery before she’ll learn who she really is.

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Publisher: Breakwater Books Ltd.

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781550816785
  • Release date: March 11, 2019

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9781550816785
  • File size: 2057 KB
  • Release date: March 11, 2019

Formats

OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

subjects

Fiction Literature

Languages

English

March is Read Local Month and we’re celebrating Atlantic Canadian eBooks! Learn more at: http://atlanticbookstoday.ca/read-local/ Week 2: The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes, by Bridget Canning Wanda Jaynes is about to lose her job amidst a mountain of bills and suspects her musician boyfriend might be romantically interested in her friend, Trish. But Wanda’s life changes radically on a routine trip to the grocery store when a gunman enters the supermarket and opens fire. When she comes face to face with the shooter, she instinctively hurls a can of coconut milk at his head, knocking him unconscious. In the ensuing media storm, she’s hailed a hero and miracle worker. But in the aftermath of so much attention, she receives strange emails and believes she’s being followed. As her fear and paranoia grow, both her private and professional lives hang in the balance. It takes another act of bravery before she’ll learn who she really is.

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