November 20, 2015
Hendry House is a well-kept secret; many of the guests at the reception had never heard of it, but this turn-of-the-century bungalow has been used as a site for local weddings since its restoration a few years ago. Its fields, steep slopes, huge oaks, and a peace garden planted by the Hendry family to celebrate the end of World War II is the backdrop for a novel which has several Arlingtonians as characters.
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Spinning a tale of “sex, money, intrigue, and Washington politics.”
William (“Bill”) Neikirk says he has always wanted to write a novel, ever since he was an 8-year-old.