Taking the Net Margaret Hertel

ISBN: 9781413757095



268 pages


Taking the Net  by  Margaret Hertel

Taking the Net by Margaret Hertel
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Taking the Net, in this case, involves three successful, competitive women in their mid-thirties, who have been friends since childhood. Keenie McDonald is approaching the long-dreaded end of her superlative stint as Americas premier womens tennis player. Carly Collins is the rising star of CBA Television Network with her own weekly show, Carly Collins Calling.

And Trisha Days career has yet to begin. The story begins in 1997 with Carly interviewing Keenie after her victory in the French Open and the following world-wide sensation involving her. She has been virtually mobbed by crowds wherever she goes and, after the interview, decides to fly home to Southern California. All hopes and plans screech to a shattering halt and life is forever altered when Keenie is unbelievably kidnapped from LAX.

How Keenie perseveres and escapes and how her friends deal with the ensuing terror, anguish and pain, is the main theme of the novel. All of them are compelled, in their own way, to take the net...to go on the offensive, to risk it all in order to survive.

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