Kathy Browne's Provocative Book "My Emerald City" Transports You to Seattle, Where a Serial Killer Has Emerged Amongst a Gritty Teen Subculture Known as the Grunge Era.

Kathy Browne is an international flight attendant, writer, and actress of some renown. “My Emerald City” is her first creative nonfiction book and it will be followed by “Leaving the Emerald City” and “Gold Coast Girl”.  

Abandoned as a child at a Seattle motel, Kathy Browne found herself a member of the forgotten. She became a ward of the state, then fell victim to alcohol and substance abuse. “My Emerald City” introduces her highly dysfunctional family and a generation of alienated runaways in Seattle that projected an attitude of indifference which reflected in their appearance and lifestyle.

Published by Fulton Books, Kathy Browne’s book “My Emerald City” takes place in a time before the Amber Alert and mind-numbing technology. Runaways roam the streets relatively unnoticed, they dress in black, call trailer parks and abandoned buildings “home” and without consciously knowing it, form the undulating engine that is Seattle’s rising music scene. There are no rules for these outcasts and it’s this antisocial lifestyle that makes them perfect prey for a serial killer.

Based on actual events, “My Emerald City” is the story of an abandoned child’s struggle with substance abuse and her brush with the most prolific serial killer in American history.

Through her book, the author is working hard to bring awareness to childhood homelessness in the United States. Kathy Browne can be contacted through her website at www.kathybrowneauthor.com.

Readers who wish to experience this fascinating yet heart-wrenching work can purchase “My Emerald City” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books