Under the Grapevine by S. Lee Fisher
The entire country is in upheaval, and so is she. Can one broken woman survive the coming storms?
Western Pennsylvania, 1925. Olive Westchester brims with bitter, unrealized potential. Refusing to visit her father’s deathbed and forgive him for her beloved brother’s passing, she turns her attention to completing the schooling she always coveted. But her anticipation erupts into rage when a fifth unplanned pregnancy torpedoes her longed-for future.
As the years pass and America suffers from the Great Depression, Olive painfully faces shattered dreams of reaching medical school and independence. And when her youngest daughter inherits her smarts and seizes an opportunity for higher education, Olive’s unhappiness threatens to swallow her whole.
Will she ever find the success and achievement she so desperately craves?
Under the Grapevine is the gripping second book in The Women of Campbell County: Family Saga women’s fiction series. If you like deeply drawn characters, historical authenticity, and true-life dilemmas, then you’ll love S. Lee Fisher’s emotional journey.
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Pharmacy to Fiction.
Award winning writing as a second career. S. Lee Fisher, aka Dr. “P.”, clinical pharmacist was born and raised in ‘small town’ Pennsylvania. After moving to Pittsburgh, she enjoyed a successful corporate career managing retrospective clinical programs for the PBM side of a Fortune 20 company.
Fisher began writing fiction as a means of channeling the pain and grief of her father’s passing. In the process, she discovered that she enjoys the creativity of telling stories.
Now a full-time novelist, Fisher lives on the gulf coast of Florida with her husband of 37 years, Ralph. When she’s not writing, she enjoys painting watercolors, ballroom dancing, and swimming.