Cheney, Kansas Author Publishes New Mystery Novel
"Something from deep within haunted me like a nightmare. When I closed my eyes to try to suppress it, I failed to do so. It's almost as if it wasn't even a dream. It was a part of me; this memory breathed with me and sounded in every heartbeat. My eyes were its windows and the world its reflection, which mirrored it back to my soul. Was it he who told me I had to be brave? Or was it my mind begging me to press forward? I could not remember now. Time had erased all meaning to my memories, but this one that lay so deeply within the corridors of my mind could not be forgotten. The things that I had seen and lived through were more than any mind could ever want to perceive. But even I could not understand the ramifications of this gift that lay so heavily on my soul. I had a warm and tender past, but my future held nothing but a cold and rigid truth."
Allison Golden is a normal teenager, having normal teenage issues and dramas, such as liking the new boy in school, who doesn't seem to like her. This baffles her. She isn't used to being ignored by the male population of her school. But little does she know that this is the least of her worries. She has a normal family life, and she deeply loves everyone in her family-her parents, her sisters, and her brother. Yet it all came crashing down one day when she wakes up to find that her sister Amy, whom she shares a room with, isn't there. This is the catalyst that spins her once-normal world into chaos, pain, and heartache.
About the Author
Caity Adams started writing as a young girl and wrote her first mystery novel at around the age of twelve. She was straight A student throughout her high school years, during which she developed her passion for writing more with the help of her friends. Now a young woman working to pursue a college degree, Caity hopes to share one of the fruits of her imagination in her first published book.
"Angel of Marble" is a 210-page paperback with a retail price of $18.00. The ISBN is 978-1-4349-2908-2. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information, or to request a review copy, please go to our virtual pressroom at www.dorrancepressroom.com or our online bookstore at www.dorrancebookstore.com.