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Broken Chain

Broken Chain

by Sandi Plewis

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Overview

Brody Rivers faces three obstacles: he's part Native in a bigoted town; there's been family violence and his father is in jail for murder; and he's inherited an eerie and unwelcome psychic "gift" from his addled grandmother. At sixteen, Brody takes over a rural grocery route and the advances from a lonely, married woman, Lizzy Baker, add to his burdens. He also feels a strange but undeniable connection with a young girl on his route, Tricia Porter.As a series of events torment him, Brody struggles to understand his ability as an empath. He's haunted by a vivid and recurring nightmare and his concern for Tricia's safety deepens. At the same time, his involvement with Lizzy threatens to destroy his life. When a January blizzard comes out of nowhere, so does the spirit of a woman who triggers a vague memory. The confrontation that erupts between the main characters is as intense as the storm that crippled Huron County during the winter of 1971.


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ISBN-13: 9781533647139
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/16/2016
Pages: 520
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.16(d)

About the Author

Over the years Sandi Plewis has finished in win, place and show positions in several short story contests. Most notably, she won first place in the Alice Munro Short Story contest and also had two third-place wins in the same contest. Sandi has been honoured with several top ten finishes in the Ten Stories High anthology. She's had short stories accepted into literary journals including The New Quarterly and The Windsor Review, as well as numerous smaller publications. As well, she's had poetry published in The Saving Bannister and The Price of Eggs anthologies.

A Huron County native, Sandi taught creative writing and reviewed plays for area newspapers. She also edits and critiques for selected clients and has co-written a World War Two screenplay, along with a one-hour, family-based televison series. She continues to write books and scripts. Broken Chain is the first of four novels that she's currently marketing for publication.

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