Katherine Taylor

author, 'Valley Fever'

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Author of the novel Valley Fever

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Katherine Taylor’s new novel, Valley Fever follows a young woman named Ingrid Palamede, who returns to her parents’ farm in Fresno during a personal crisis.

'Valley Fever'

Katherine Taylor’s new novel, Valley Fever follows a young woman named Ingrid Palamede, who returns to her parents’ farm in Fresno during a personal crisis.

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