Author: Kate Moschandreas
Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars
It’s 2038, and Berkeley, CA is drought-ravaged, dusty and smog-filled. Jess Prentiss, a chemistry student, starts her day with a jog through the hills – only to realize that she is being chased. Over the course of three days, she barely stops running. Fleeing from one narrow escape to another, Jess learns that it’s her own scientific discoveries that are at the crux of a massive power struggle involving water, salt, cut-throat capitalistic contracts, worldwide famine, the Governor of California and a radicalized populist environmental group. With time ticking, Jess must discover which players are the good guys — and whether 29-year old Matteo Wu, the man who appears out of nowhere to help her, is someone she can trust with her life and heart.
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About the Author:
Kate Moschandreas has a masters in theological studies from Harvard Divinity School and a masters in public policy from Harvard Kennedy School. She has worked as a federal investigator, business consultant, Internet entrepreneur and couples and family therapist – and loves to write too. SALT OF THE EARTH is her second novel; WE COULD FALL is her first. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and three kids.