�All the Wrong Places� by Elaine Pinkerton will be displayed at the Tucson Festival of Books 2022

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�All the Wrong Places��by Elaine Pinkerton�will be displayed at the Tucson Festival of Books on March 12-13, 2022, at the University of Arizona Mall, Tucson, AZ.�

The story starts when Clara Jordan, an adoptee from the east coast, relocates to Red Mesa, New Mexico, for a year of teaching at the American Indian Academy. Suddenly, Headmaster Joseph Speckled Horse is discovered dead on Clara�s classroom floor shortly after the start of a new semester. Both the teacher and the pupils are taken aback. Clara runs on the rugged hills around the academy every day to cope with her pupils� sorrow and her own aggravation. One day, Clara�s favorite pupil, Carnell Dorame, utilizes the Internet to track her birthmother�s identity.�

Henry DiMarco, the school�s computer instructor, then takes Clara out on a date and the two fall in love. Henry, on the other hand, is not who he appears to be. His true business is smuggling pottery, a business that is linked to Speckled Horse�s murder. When Clara begins to realize Henry�s dual nature, he thinks she is a hindrance and ends their relationship. She flees to a distant and underground cave where she hopes to find petroglyphs that will reveal her birthmother�s name. However, it appears that she is not alone.

This book is a thrilling read. The author has made a realistic and compelling subplot about searching for one�s mother.

Will Clara Jordan be able to discover her ancestors or will she die in the process? Find out now by grabbing a book of�Elaine Pinkerton�s��All the Wrong Places�, available�at Pocol Press, and visiting the upcoming Tucson Festival of Books 2022.

Title | All the Wrong Places
Author | Elaine Pinkerton
Genre | Fiction
Publisher | Pocol Press
Published date | April 18, 2017

Author
Elaine Pinkerton lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and is the author of seven books, including fiction, nonfiction, and memoir. She began life as an orphan. Adopted at age five by a college professor and his wife, she grew up in the East and graduated from the University of Virginia. A writer since age ten, she has freelanced, taught school, and worked as a children�s librarian. Twenty years after her first book, Santa Fe on Foot, she found her true theme, adoption. The Goodbye Baby-Adoptee Diaries appeared in 2005. All the Wrong Places features adult adoptee Clara Jordan, a character searching for where she belongs. Meet Clara Jordan again in The Hand Of Ganesh to be published by Pocol Press.

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�All the Wrong Places� by Elaine Pinkerton will be displayed at the Tucson Festival of Books 2022

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