A young woman working alone in a small special collections library is trapped in the building when invaders overrun her town. She barricades the doors, peeks through a window, and watches in horror as people are murdered outside. The invaders wear uniform
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About the Author
Kate Boyes is the author of a biography of Paul McCartney. Her creative nonfiction has been published in a number of anthologies, including two volumes of the American Nature Writing series. As a travel writer for Fodor’s, she contributed to their Historic America Guide to the Old West, Gold Guide to the Rockies, Skiing USA, and the guidebook created for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Her latest play, which deals with the issue of homelessness, was produced by the Red Octopus Theatre Company in 2018. Trapped in the R.A.W. is her first novel. She lives on the coast of Oregon.