The Last September: A Novel Nina de Gramont

ISBN: 9781616206093

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336 pages


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The Last September: A Novel  by  Nina de Gramont

The Last September: A Novel by Nina de Gramont
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“The Last September is a wonderful, glowing book populated by characters that become a part of your life long after the last page has been turned. It is the type of novel writers admire and readers long for.” —Jason Mott, author of The ReturnedMore“The Last September is a wonderful, glowing book populated by characters that become a part of your life long after the last page has been turned.

It is the type of novel writers admire and readers long for.” —Jason Mott, author of The ReturnedBrett has been in love with her husband, Charlie, from the day she laid eyes on him in college. When he is found murdered, Brett is devastated.

But if she is honest with herself, their marriage had been hanging by a thread for quite some time.All clues point to Charlie’s mentally ill brother, Eli, but any number of people might have been driven to kill Charlie--a handsome, charismatic man who unwittingly damaged almost every life he touched.

Brett is determined to understand how such a tragedy could have happened--and whether she was somehow complicit.Set against the desolate autumn beauty of Cape Cod, The Last September is a riveting emotional puzzle that takes readers inside the psyche of a woman facing down the meaning of love and loyalty.“Brilliant rendering of love story and murder mystery . . . I was hooked by the first paragraph, which somehow contains all the beautiful, luminous grief of the whole story, and I truly did not want to let it go in the end.” —Brad Watson, author of Aliens in the Prime of Their Lives“A convincing and suspenseful novel, well-written, precise, and poignant in its depiction of human nature in dire distress.” —Sheila Kohler, author of Dreaming for Freud“A moody murder mystery .

. . Boasts lovely, understated writing, sharply drawn settings . . . and, once again, characters who are irresistibly attractive, flawed, and dangerous . . . But it is also an emotionally intense study of how a transcendent love becomes a fraying marriage . . . A fine literary whodunit from an accomplished storyteller.” —Kirkus Reviews



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