2015 KINDLE BOOK AWARD semi-finalist!
From the author of Gray Girl—Honor isn’t always black and white, comes this thrilling sequel: Area Bird—Duty doesn’t always follow the rules. Jan Wishart is back in her second year at West Point. Triggered by her former roommate’s sudden resignation, Jan’s mission becomes finding out what’s happening to women at the academy. She discovers a systemic problem that has been ignored and perhaps cultivated at the highest levels. In order to fulfill her duty, Jan must break with tradition and the longstanding culture of the United States Military Academy. Her coming-of-age year is thrown into further chaos by the death of a classmate. Yet not everything is as it seems. Once again Jan’s worldview is about to be upended by the secrets of West Point.
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Susan I. Spieth grew up in New Hampshire and was appointed to attend West Point in 1981. She graduated and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in 1985. After serving five years in the Army as a Missile Maintenance Officer, she earned a Master of Divinity degree from Ashland Theological Seminary in 1994. She served five churches as Pastor/Associate Pastor for seventeen years. Susan and her husband have two adult children.
The Gray Girl series documents the experiences of women cadets in those early years when the United States Military Academy transitioned from all male to co-ed. These stories are fictional suspenses, yet authentic to some of the events that occurred during that time.
Gray Girl is a 2014 Eric Hoffer e-book award winner and a New Horizon Award winner. Both Gray Girl and Area Bird are 2015 Kindle Book Award semi-finalists, the only author to have two books chosen. Witch Heart is a March 2017 Gold Award Winner from Literary Titan Book Review.