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A heartrending tale of twin sisters separated by the 1889 flood in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The Johnstown Girls masterfully blends a factual history of the flood into the story of two sisters, whose search for each other over the course of one hundred years unfolds after their lives were sent careening down different paths.
Kathleen George is the author of seven mysteries set in Pittsburgh: A Measure of Blood, Simple, The Odds, which was nominated for the Edgar(R) Award from the Mystery Writers of America, Hideout, Afterimage, Fallen, and Taken. She is also the author of the short story collection The Man in the Buick and editor of another collection, Pittsburgh Noir. George is a professor of theater arts and creative writing at the University of Pittsburgh and has published several books on theater, including Rhythm in Drama and, most recently, Winter's Tales: Reflections on the Novelistic Stage. She was born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.