Book Reviews of Rosie

ISBN-13: 9781563152221
ISBN-10: 1563152223
Publication Date: 4/1/2000
Pages: 192

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Publisher: Sterlinghouse Publisher
Book Type: Paperback
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From the back cover
Political high jinks in Hawaii.
When a bitter debate for the Republican presidential nomination forces the challengers to take desperate measures, Professor Rosie St. Giles finds herself on a collision course with danger. Thrown into the political arena, Rosie is called on to provide scientific studies on Hawaii's same-sex marriage debate. Senator Milt Kuszek uses Rosie's controversial study to ignite his campaign and sway the conservative vote.
Soon Rosie finds her career in jeopardy as the media swarm around the campus of the University of Hawaii. Only one person can save Rosie's dignity and restore the peacebut the task is not for the faint-hearted. A suspenseful novel of high-tech adventure and political intrigue.