When an ambitious reporter takes a job in a town where nothing ever happens, bad things happen.
Hallie Linden yearns to write for the New York Times. At the moment, she’s stuck at a daily newspaper in tiny Green Meadow, Indiana, a town known for its amusement park and nothing else. It’s 1989, and juicy reporting jobs are hard to find. She resolves to work hard, win a few awards, and then welcome the job offers.
Hallie’s beats are cops, courts, and schools. When the local D.A.R.E. officer’s dog bites a schoolkid—at school—Hallie learns that Green Meadow’s townspeople have a reason for keeping quiet.
A steamy and ill-advised liaison with a firefighter connects Hallie with sources who are eager to talk, yet also fear for their lives. Bull-headed, idealistic Hallie struggles to figure out who she can trust in order to get the real story.
Told with gritty detail, Wrong Kind of Paper is a love song to ordinary people who decide to fight for what is right.
by Cynthia Simmons
Page Count: 264
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Publish Date: July 8, 2021
Imprint: Brown Posey Press
Genre: Small Town & Rural
FICTION / Feminist
FICTION / Small Town & Rural
FICTION / Romance / Firefighters