LAST STOP ON THE 6 is the return of the prodigal daughter to a world of long-buried hurts, political complexities, and female resilience. Dunn introduces characters of all possessing questions for which there are no easy answers - only the slow and steady re-awakenings of familial bonds and moral responsibility
“Bravo to Patricia Dunn for creating this uniquely powerful journey from which it is nearly impossible to turn away.”—Mary Calvi, author of Dear George, Dear Mary: A Novel of George Washington’s First Love, Emmy® award-winning journalist, anchor for CBS 2 News and Inside Edition“Why do families consist of people telling each other what to do? This implacable human mystery is the heart of a surprising, outrageous, and terrific novel about a prodigal daughter’s return to the Bronx, armed with regret, muddled memories, and integrity. A superb book that I couldn’t stop reading.”—Joan Silber, author of Secrets of Happiness, Ideas of Heaven, and Improvement, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award in Fiction and the PEN/Faulkner Award“Last Stop on the 6 is the return of the prodigal daughter to a world of long-buried hurts, political complexities, and female resilience. Dunn has introduced me to characters all possessing questions for which there are no easy answers—only the slow and steady re-awakenings of familial bonds and moral responsibility. A heartfelt work of art.—Carolyn Ferrell, author of Dear Miss Metropolitan and Don't Erase Me
Fiction. Italian American.
James A. Cox @ Midwest Book ReviewReview @ Publishers Weekly
Patricia Dunn is the author of Rebels By Accident, (Sourcebooks Fire, 2014). This Italian American, Bronx-raised rebel has traveled the world. These days, she can be found on her living room couch, with her dog Butterscotch, working on her next novel or meeting with aspiring and established writers.