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Susan Dworkin reads ‘The Garden Lady,’ Chapter 2

An author reads Chapter 2; the plot thickens.

An author reads; the plot thickens.

A well-to-do lady with a quiet life is alone in her New Jersey mansion, giving her puppy a sudsy bath. She is waiting for her husband to return from a business trip abroad. She is well cared for, relaxed, safe. By the end of the day, she has acquired a set of enemies so powerful that she may never feel safe again.

The Edge is pleased to share with you the first two chapters of the new novel, The Garden Lady, written by Becket resident and well-known author Susan Dworkin.

To listen to Susan Dworkin reading Chapter 1 click here.

Now, to listen to her reading Chapter 2, click on the link below:


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