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A tragic car accident will forever change the Keller family. Fifteen-year-old Levon Keller survives, though his older brother David, star athlete and golden child, does not. As the fragile family mourns while trying to move on, guilt-ridden Levon finds himself lost between the memory of his brother and the constant attention his younger sister requires with a rare genetic affliction. When the beautiful and unpredictable teenager Lucy Bell moves in next door, Levon finds a trustworthy friend--one capable of providing salvation and true insight. Their friendship leads the reader on a journey that reveals family secrets and painful truths, culminating in an astonishingly suspenseful realization: when it comes to family, nothing is as it seems. Compelling and rife with raw emotion The Mourning After captures the essence of a family in crisis and recovery. It sings with the power of the human spirit.The Mourning After is the recipient of a B.R.A.G. Medallion for indie excellence.
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About the Author
Rochelle B. Weinstein lives in South Florida with her husband and twin sons. Her books include What We Leave Behind, Where We Fall, and the Spring 2018 release Somebody's Daughter. Please visit her at www.rochelleweinstein.com.