I've got two - yes two - copies of Brunonia Barry's The Map of True Places up for grabs from the publisher. Who wants 'em?
Leave me a comment (with your email addy) here before midnight, Saturday, May 15. I'll draw two names the following morning and announce them here (and email the winners individually as well). And these are coming from the publisher, so no PO boxes and US only, please.
Now here's a bit about Barry's latest for you:
“It is not down in any map; true places never are.”
Brunonia Barry, the author of the beloved New York Times and international bestseller, The Lace Reader, delivers her second novel, THE MAP OF TRUE PLACES, a complex and emotionally compelling novel about finding your true place in the world when you have no map.
After Boston psychotherapist, Zee Finch’s impending marriage falls apart and she loses a bi-polar patient to suicide, she returns to the town of her troubled youth––Salem––to care for her ailing father. While there, Zee encounters danger as she falls into the puzzle of unraveling the mystery surrounding her own mother’s suicide when Zee was a child and realizes shocking parallels between the death of her mother and that of her patient, Lilly Braedon. She also finds new love with a man who has a mysterious past, which may or may not be related to Lilly’s death.