Mary E. Trimble has just released her newest book titled Maureen: A Novel on July 28 2017.
The novel’s protagonist Maureen Gardner is a professional woman who answers a help-wanted ad and moves to eastern Washington State to help oversee a ranching household and help raise the owner’s seven-year-old daughter.
Set to be both domestic help and child keeper, Maureen must settle into her new life while nursing the double betrayal of her past. In this contemporary western, Trimble gives insight to personal growth, finding joy and allowing destiny to persevere.
Mary E. Trimble, award-winning novelist, has written two memoirs, four contemporary western novels, and over 400 magazine and newspaper articles. Her past is peppered with unique experiences, including positions as purser and ship’s diver aboard the tall ship, M.S. Explorer; two years with the Peace Corps in West Africa; and a 13,000-mile South Pacific sailing trip aboard a 40-foot Bristol. She recently retired after serving 20 years as a volunteer with the American Red Cross and lives with her husband on Camano Island, Washington. For more on Mary, visit http://www.marytrimblebooks.com/