In the opening pages of Sharon Baldacci's A Sundog Moment, Elizabeth Whittaker is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Suddenly her seemingly perfect life is thrown into turmoil. As she struggles with the disease, Elizabeth joins a support group and learns to find the sundog moments in life moments "filled with clarity and truth." But the chronic pain of MS leads Elizabeth into a life-changing decision when she is arrested for trying to obtain illegal drugs. This carefully crafted first novel from Baldacci, sister of best-selling novelist David Baldacci, draws from her 21 years of living with MS. Author and editor W. Terry Whalin has always loved a good story.