When Abbie Palmer's mother committed suicide, her father withdrew, forbidding all questions. With her children grown, Abbie wants to find herself, but when an African-American woman claiming to be her half-sister is murdered, she must search instead for What Came Before.
About the Author:
Gay Degani lives in Southern California with her husband in an old Victorian house where parrots congregate at dusk in the oaks and camphors around her neighborhood. Three times nomintaed for Pushcart consideration and winner of the 11th Annual Glass Woman Prize, Gay has won or been a finalist in contests on Women On Writing, Glimmer Train, Writer's Digest, and Bosque (The Magazine). She has been published extensively online and in print including her collection, Pomegranate Stories. Founder and editor-emeritus of Flash Fiction Chronicles, she's a staff editor at Smokelong Quarterly, and blogs at Words in Place.