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Novel by Secretary Kelly Williams Reviewed in Newsletter

By Helen Edelman, manager, Exchange

August 26, 2013

"Op-Dec," a novel by Kelly Williams, secretary in the Office of Collegewide Student Services and Disability Services, was reviewed in Midwest Book Review (http://www.midwestbookreview.com/rbw/may_12.htm).

The book was published by CreateSpace and can be purchased on Amazon.

The review:

The 1930s were a prelude to a world at war. "Op-Dec: Operation Deceit" delves into a story of high society, and the daughter of high society in Claire Healey. Driven from her parents, she travels throughout New England, and in the process they uncover secrets that many with money and power would prefer to keep quiet, and Claire isn't sure how far they will go. "Op-Dec" is a riveting read with plenty of twists and turns, highly recommended."

 

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