About Expiation

In 1968, Dan and Katie are one of the hottest couples at Ballard High School in Seattle. He is the hero football player, and she is the beautiful cheerleader. These high school sweethearts believe theirs is a love that will never die.

Life changes when Dan leaves Washington to start college at the University of California Berkeley and pursue his dream of working for a big time newspaper in the glamorous city of San Francisco. The quest for his dream occurs against the turbulent background of Berkeley and San Francisco in the 1970s as Dan and Katie go their separate ways.

Now, thirty years later, Dan is back in his hometown of Seattle attending his mother’s funeral. He’s never stopped thinking about Katie, his long-lost love. But the two former high school sweethearts reconnect in a most unexpected way as the rest of the world grows more fearful of Y2K and the dawn of the twenty-first century. They are hoping that their love, once lost, can now be reclaimed.

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2 Responses to About Expiation

  1. Jim Pedersen says:

    Greg,
    This is Jim Pedersen. I’m in the Edmonds Ward. I spoke a couple of Sundays ago. Roger Lee mentioned that you’re a writer and this is your latest book. If you have copies for sale, could you bring one to church? I’ll buy it. I’m interested in LDS writers. I’m a small time writer, trying to be bigger. I published a couple of stories in Readers Digest and a couple in the The New Era during the 90’s . Since then I’ve written a crime novel (that I’m currently editing) and I’m working on a couple of other projects. I’d be interested in talking to you about your writing. My phone number is 206-696-2109. I think I live close to you. I have an apartment on 3rd and Edmonds behind the Salon.
    Anyway, no pressure. Let me know if you want to chat.
    Best,
    Jim

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