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Book details
  • Genre:LAW
  • SubGenre:Courts
  • Language:English
  • Pages:183
  • eBook ISBN:9781634435253

The Traiangle of Trees and the Old Blue Jay

by Susan Montgomery Moffett

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Overview
The Triangle of Trees and the Old blue Jay is a novel set in the southwest and woven around the criminal justice system. Tandy Jackson a Probation Officer and supervisor working with her small town court, local police and Child Protective Services, has gotten herself enmeshed in a particularly gnarly domestic violence case. She's also mother to a five year old son Jakey who seems to know things before he's been told about them and is always one step ahead of his mom. He even helps his mom with this nasty case in a very unusual way. Police Officer Paul is assigned to protect Tandy and Jakey from the perpetrator in the case. He stays at Tandy's house in the guest room and he and Jakey become friends. Paul seems to understand Jakey's specialness and they grow quite close. Paul and Tandy become friends too, but....is there more than friendship going on under the surface. The author uses her years of professional experience in the court and the probation system to bring the story to life. Susan Montgomery Moffett has spent most of her life in Arizona. She finished her Master's Degree in Education/Counseling at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Worked as a counselor in a behavorial health organization and taught psychology for community college. She worked for the Superior Court for a number of years and was the Chief Probation Officer in a small town. She wrote her memoirs in a book, The Last Cottonwood Seed published by Publish America LLP in 2013.
Description
The Triangle of Trees and the Old Blue jay is a novel set in the southwest and woven around the criminal justice system. Tandy Jackson a Probation Officer and supervisor working with her small town court, local police and Child Protective Services, has gotten herself enmeshed in a particularly gnarly domestic vioence case. She's also mother to a five year old son Jakey who seems to know things before he's been told about them and is always one step ahead of his mom. He even helps his mom with this nasty case in a very unusual way. Police Officer Paul is assigned to protect Tandy and Jakey from the perpetrator in the case. He stays at Tandy's house in the guest room and he and Jakey become friends. Paul seems to understand jakey's specialness and they grow quite close. Paul and tandy become friends too, but...is there more than friendship going on under the surface. The author uses her years of professional experience in the court and the probation system to bring the story to life. Susan Montgomery Moffett has spent most of her life in Arizona. She finished her Master's Degree in Education/Counseling at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Worked as a counselor in a behavorial health organization and taught Psychology for the community college. She worked for the Superior Court for a number of years and was the Chief Probation Officer in a small town. she wrote her memoirs in a book, The Last Cottonwood Seed published by Publish America LLP in 2013.
About the author
Susan was born in Cottonwood, AZ. as Susan Montgomery. She spent most of her years in Arizona where she completed her Bachelor degree in Psychology at the University of Arizona, and her Master's degree in Education/Counseling from Northern Arizona University. She raised three children with her husband Bob Moffett. Her working career was varied and extensive. She worked as a waitress for many years whils raising children and working to complete her education. She was a counselor for a Behavorial Health Organization, she taught Psychology for the Community College and spent many years working in the Court System as a Probation Officer, Mediator, and Chief. She has always enjoyed reading and finished writing her published memiors, The last Cottonwood Seed, and her latest book The Trianle of Trees and the Old blue Jay.
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