Troubled Teens Become Characters In Charlie Price's Novels
During this program, YA author Charlie Price talks about and reads from his fifth novel Dead Girl Moon. He also shares information about his teaching career, which included working with troubled teens.
About The Book:
After their hardscrabble lives intertwine in a small, corrupt Montana town, Grace, a scheming runaway, JJ, her drifty fostercare sister, and Mick, the son of a petty thief, discover the body of a young woman. Afraid to come forward, the teens try to hide their knowledge of the crime, because they believe the murderer is one of the corrupt officials and businessmen who rule their town. But after a series of false moves and dumb mistakes, the teens are soon suspects themselves in a murder investigation threatening their freedom—and maybe their lives.
The music in this program was written and performed by John Flordis.
Charlie Price lives in northern California. He works as a coach for business executives and has also worked with at-risk teens in schools, hospitals, and communities. Dead Girl Moon is his fifth novel.