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Journalist Rags Goldner is battle-scarred and heartbroken after covering a devastating pandemic that rages in Baltimore for five years. She leaves the city with her partner in search of a simpler life in small-town Maryland—only to discover nothing in Canary is simple. A teenager is missing, and it falls to Rags to fight the forces of apathy, paranoia, and creeping fascism to learn the shocking truth about Effie Rutter’s fate—and the fate of thousands like her.
|Publisher:||Regal House Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Amy L. Bernstein writes for the page, the stage, and forms in between. In addition to forthcoming novels, short plays have been published by Routledge and Leicester Bay Theatricals; short fiction by Flying Ketchup Press, Fleas on the Dog, and Parliament Lit; and poetry by Passaic/Voluspa, Yellow Arrow Journal, Erbacce, and Medium publications. She is a 2014 recipient of a Ruby Artist Award from the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance and an award-winning former journalist.