A SLEUTH IN SAUSALITO

Hi everyone,

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one of many houseboats in Sausalito and the book

I’m so excited. My new book A Sleuth in Sausalito is finished. It will be available in about a week. It’s been such fun writing it, doing the research, interviewing old-timers, checking out the barracks and bunkers of the Headlands.

It’s Sausalito in the sixties. Poets, painters and philosophers dot this artsy town, and a community living on derelict houseboats. The boat people vs. the hill people continue an ongoing battle. The pages are filled with colorful characters like Sally Stanford, and the artist Jean Varda. The disappearance of an aspiring young artist in the 50s goes unsolved until. . .

Stay tuned. I’ll let you know as soon as it’s hot off the press.

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4 Responses to A SLEUTH IN SAUSALITO

  1. Joy says:

    Sounds great Carol, wish I could have been a small part of this one. See you in A2 soon?

  2. David Colin Carr says:

    Good going, Carol!

    PLEASE NOTE NEW ADDRESS:

    David Colin Carr, Editor http://www.davidcolincarr.com

    224 Castro Street Pt. Richmond, CA 94801 510-232-3098 Moving your words so your words move others

  3. Mike Chappell says:

    HI Carol,
    Sounds like a good read. Stuart would’ve like it, I’m sure. You have described Sausalito the way he did when I visited him about 1965.
    I will be ordering one.
    Love,
    Mike

  4. Der Carol,

     

    Congratulations!  When do I get to read it?  

    David Sheldon

    (sent from my hard wired internet connection)

       

    Sent: Sunday, June 22, 2014 at 7:31 PM

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