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The year is 1889—a boom time for American industry, fortunes and scientific discovery. Yet in New York City, thousands of babies are dying from the simplest of causes: spoiled milk. It’s a tragedy that Hattie Paige cannot abide. An overeducated young woman with a Vassar degree and a position teaching chemistry at an elite school for girls, Hattie determines to solve the “mThe year is 1889—a boom time for American industry, fortunes and scientific discovery. Yet in New York City, thousands of babies are dying from the simplest of causes: spoiled milk. It’s a tragedy that Hattie Paige cannot abide. An overeducated young woman with a Vassar degree and a position teaching chemistry at an elite school for girls, Hattie determines to solve the “milk problem” herself. But book knowledge alone won’t ensure her success. She will have to enter into a new world far from the sheltered mansions of her youth, where testing her hunches requires risks she has never taken before, and the consequences of being wrong are greater than she can imagine. Kathy Leonard Czepiel is the author of A Violet Season, named one of the best novels of 2012 by Kirkus Reviews. The recipient of a creative writing fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, Czepiel teaches writing at Quinnipiac University. Learn more at her website, http://kathyleonardczepiel.com. Cover design by Hannah Perrine Mode....

Title : INTUITION (Kindle Single)
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ISBN : 20939710
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 51 Pages
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INTUITION (Kindle Single) Reviews

  • Sherry
    2019-03-20 23:02

    Interesting Period StoryInteresting blend of fiction and history regarding a time period when infant mortality was so high as to touch every aspect of society. Good character development though it falls short of satisfying certain questions raised by certain behaviors and left me wondering what the purpose was. Good little read however.