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October 13, 2016

Vicky Moon to discuss new novel at luncheon

The new novel
Vicky Moon
Middleburg author Vicky Moon will discuss her new novel, Equal Parts, at a luncheon Sunday, Oct. 23, at Airlie.

The Community Leadership Network will host Ms. Moon’s appearance from noon to 3 p.m. at The Smokehouse, near Airlie’s conference center just north of Warrenton.

For more than two decades, Ms. Moon has chronicled the lives of the rich, the not so rich, the famous and the not so famous. She has written lifestyle stories for The Washington Post, Town and Country, Millionaire and other magazines.

Her website provides this description of Equal Parts:

In the powerful, intoxicating atmosphere of Washington, D.C., Isabelle Benton Stoker, a stylish interior designer in Georgetown, falls in love with Johnathan Dent, a prominent and very married attorney. They spend blissful times at out-of-the-way cafés, lunch-hour getaways and the iconic art museums of the Nation's Capital. After all, who would suspect the hard-working lawyer from the horse country of Middleburg, Virginia would take such a chance?

Equal Parts is set in Richmond, Charlottesville and Middleburg, against a vivid backdrop of fast horses and colorful characters. With a fusion of money and mayhem, the book weaves in rampaging foxhounds, wild women and several riveting plot twists. When Johnathan Dent finds himself a candidate for a U.S. Senate seat, he agonizes over an affair that could destroy his political ambitions, and perhaps even his career. Gennifer Flowers, Fanne Foxe and Donna Rice became famous for doing just that. Could Isabelle Stoker do the same?

Equal Parts explores this classic tale of love and betrayal inspired by all too familiar events. It’s a story that has captivated historians since Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings, Dwight Eisenhower and Kay Summersby, John Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe and Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky, among many others . . . Does it always have to end badly?

The book sells for $22.

Her other books include:

The Middleburg Mystique: A Peek Inside the Gates of Middleburg, Virginia (2016)

Equestrian Style: Home Design, Couture, and Collections from the Eclectic to the Elegant (2008)

The Private Passion of Jackie Kennedy Onassis: Portrait of a Rider (2005)

A Sunday Horse: Inside the Grand Prix Show Jumping Circuit (2004)

Best Dressed Southern Salads: Sumptuous Southern Salads from Key West to Washington, D.C. (2002)

Admission to the Oct. 23 luncheon is $25 for CLN members and $30 for guests.

For more information or to make a reservation, contact Susan Rubin at 540-364-1114 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).
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