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Book By Author:  Norene Moskalski

Nocturne, Opus 1: Sea Foam
 Nocturne, Opus 1: Sea Foam


Dr. Norene Moskalski's beautifully written, ground-breaking novel opens the era of evidence-based literary thrillers: compelling scientific research fused with unforgettable characters, real world problems, heroic efforts, and unrelenting suspense.
In Nocturne, Opus 1: Sea Foam, the first novel in the Kate and Jake Connors Series, Moskalski masterfully blends the melody of a Chopin nocturne with the beauty of nature, "a saltwater pond drenched in sunrise," and harmonizes with the harsh reality of human nature, as tourists fight to flee a pandemic zone, "their faces scraping across the hot tarmac."  In every scene, her readers are in the middle of the action, just inches away from each of the characters who suddenly seem as real as the neighbors next door. 
Nocturne: a serenade to a beautiful woman or to a tranquil scene in nature

Opus: a creative work, numbered to indicate the order of publication

Sea Foam: decaying organic ocean wastes frothed into iridescent 
bubbles by the churning action of waves

Bacillus nocturne: a normally passive waterborne bacteria

University Professors: faculty members focused on
research, teaching, and service
Drs. Kate and Jake Connors: faculty members focused on

For Kate and Jake, life's become a balancing act with one    SEA   SAW   SCENE     after another!
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Author:  Norene Moskalski