When a desperate woman hires a private investigator, the secrets they discover about her birth force her to consider two shocking possibilities. Convinced she is a no one, with nothing, she suddenly finds her life is in peril. Set in a contemporary southwest rich in ethnic diversity, the story involves prejudice, fear of ridicule, the search for a missing person and elusive answers to controversial questions. The Eyes Have It takes the reader on a multi-faceted ride filled with historic reflections as it joins the age-old debate between believers and debunkers.
|Publisher:||Mill City Press, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)|
About the Author
Madelyn Lorber's debut novel, part of a planned trilogy, follows a lifetime of writing journals, published poetry, essays, and short stories. Her collection of those stories, titled Talking to Myself, is nearing completion. Madelyn lives in South Florida with her husband of fifty years, and their family close by. She welcomes visitors at her website, www.madelynlorber.com.