Sheila Graham and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s turbulent and passionate relationship portrayed with the negative aspects somewhat airbrushed and the magnetism and seduction of genius highlighted.
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At times lyrical, biblical, and otherworldly, The Honey Farm is a suspenseful and well-crafted story.
Blending fairy tale, dystopian warning, peculiar mystery, cultural critique, and multi-generational family saga, this meditation on language and time should satiate even the most discerning international fiction aficionados. (literary fiction)
A soft-spoken pacifist is pressured into making a choice: retreat to his decreasing sphere of familial safety, or join the resistance. (historical fiction)
Three generations of the Rutledge family gather together to find the strength, love, and commitment to break destructive family patterns and to forge new bonds that will endure long beyond one summer reunion.
A hypnotic domestic noir novel in which a house swap becomes the eerie backdrop to a crumbling marriage, a torrid affair, and the fatal consequences that unfold.