Fiction. In heightened, luminous prose reminiscent of the best of D.H. Lawrence, Rachel L. Coyne writes about a woman who returns to her Minnesota roots and her dysfunctional extended family in this novel of recovery and redemption. She has to hit bottom and find a way to grieve for everything that's been lost before she can live again.
Rachel Coyne is a novelist and poet who lives in Lindstrom, Minnesota. A graduate of the Perpich Center for Arts in Minnesota and Macalaster College, she is a devotee of Pablo Neruda, Don Williams songs and vintage editions of Jane Eyre. Her previously published works include a novel, Whiskey Heart, and a children's book, Daughter, Have I Told You? Author City: LINDSTROM, MN USA