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Lisbeth Paperback – April 17, 2017
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About the Author
Marina Brown was born in Indianapolis. She has written for newspapers and magazines for the last twenty years: St. Petersburg Times, Tallahassee Democrat, Florida Design, Dance Magazine, Tallahassee Magazine, and Sailing Magazine among them. She is the recipient of numerous writing awards, including the Lorian Hemingway Second Place Award for Short Stories, First Place in the Red Hills Poetry Contest, and the 2013 Florida Authors and Publisher's Gold Medal Award in Adult Fiction for her debut novel, Land Without Mirrors. Marina is a former ballet dancer, sailor, a figurative watercolorist, and a cellist. She lives in Tallahassee, Florida.
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In addition to exquisite prose, the author pens a complex story that has you guessing throughout as to how she will pull the story together and leave us an ending that is both unexpected and satisfying. She receives high marks on all levels. She captured the deep South's drawl, culture and environment and as a born and bred Southern, I loved it. Yes it had some disturbing topics and yes the number of characters caused confusion at times, but at no point did I want to put the book down.
Did I say "I loved it"?