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Pam Webber's Moon Water

About Pam Webber:

Pam Webber is the best-selling author of The Wiregrass and Moon Water. These award-winning novels were selected as Editor’s Choice by the Historical Novel Society (HNS) and Read of the Month by the Southern Literary Review. To date, her third novel, Life Dust, has earned five-star reviews from the Historical Novel Society and Pam is a family nurse practitioner in internal medicine, an avid traveler, and nature lover. She and her husband, Jeff, live and work in Winchester, Virginia.

Moon Water

Book Genre: Historical Fiction

About Moon Water

Set in the Blue Ridge Mountains during the summer of 1969, Moon Water follows Nettie, a gritty sixteen-year-old who is reeling from sucker punches coming from all directions. Her boyfriend since grade school wants to break up just as they were beginning to figure out the sex thing, her life-long nemesis is jabbing her with perfectly polished nails, and her hell’s fire and brimstone preacher refuses to baptize her. In the middle of this turmoil, an old medicine woman for the Monacan Indians gives her a cryptic message about a coming darkness: a blood moon whose veiled danger threatens Nettie and those she loves. To survive, Nettie and her best friend, Win, have to build a mysterious dreamcatcher—one that requires them to scour the perilous mountains for Nature’s ancient but perfect elements.

Stephanie Barko, Literary Publicist

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