A Kind of Solace
by A. G. Ryan
A Kind of Solace is a creative exploration of the struggles Marcey Cornbridge faces when her perceptions of her family are suddenly and fundamentally shaken. Already a successful novelist, Marcey finds herself, despite her publishers expectations, drawn compulsively to a new kind of story as she works her way through her own impending loss. The layered narrative of the stories-within-a-story encourages readers to consider multiple views as characters evolve, with each tale complementing the other. With both emotional drama and suspense, A Kind of Solace is an engaging and thought-provoking novel.
About the Author:
A.G. Ryan is a native of Texas and now resides in Northern Virginia. A former professor specializing in literature by women, she has a particular interest in exploring writing as a means of solace.
(2014, Paperback, 222 pages)