Pieces of Stone

Pieces of Stone

by L. M. Kaye

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Overview

Pieces of Stone by L. M. Kaye

Emma Simms moves past a troubling childhood in small-town Clare, Michigan, to become a successful writer. After being abandoned by her father and losing her mother to drugs, Emma raises her younger sister, Kate, and maintains her emotional and mental equilibrium by keeping the friendly residents of Clare at a safe distance.

In fact, in all her relationships, Emma plays it cool, choosing to break up with boyfriends before things get "too serious" and keeping only one close, true friend. She's been hurt before and isn't willing to get hurt again, so she keeps her heart under lock and key and refuses to let anyone in too deep.

This strategy works well enough until a mysterious man comes to town, and Emma's life-and the lives of the people she cares about-begin to unravel, forcing her to confront painful questions about love and loss.

A suspenseful, fast-paced psychological thriller, Pieces of Stone is about the desire to belong, family ties, and the fears and needs that plague us all.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781516856732
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/05/2015
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

L. M. Kaye spent more than twenty years of her career working in a locked psychiatric hospital helping patients return to their optimal level of functioning. These experiences were invaluable and gave her good insight into people's motivations for their actions. She has seen, firsthand, how the mind can be our worst enemy, sometimes causing more pain than the outside world could ever inflict.

Kaye lives in Michigan with her family. She is thankful for them every day and knows all too well not everyone is as fortunate as she is.

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