Two Close: a story of survival

Two Close: a story of survival


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The sequel to "Jolt: a rural noir," "Two Close: a story of survival" follows the path of the Matters family, Mary, Lou, and their sons, Jason and Marty. Separated following terrorism and a nuclear meltdown, Mary recuperates from radiation sickness while Lou, brain injured in a dirty bomb explosion, recovers from amnesia and right-side brain injuries. Their sons flee to the woods to escape the devastating effects of radiation poisoning.

"Two Close" is the story of a family's survival and how, through happenstance and determination, and despite the separate paths they tread, they survive.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781938729935
Publisher: BookBaby
Publication date: 01/13/2021
Series: Jolt Survival Trilogy , #2
Pages: 194
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Roberta M Roy's book, "Jolt: a rural noir" medaled in the 2011 Jenkins Living Now Awards in Inspirational Fiction. Since then Roy has written it's sequel, "Two Close: a story of survival" and both books are now revised to synchronize their dates with the third book in the trilogy, "Home Again," which is anticipated for release in 2020. The ALVA Axiom Anthology of Author Interviews (ALVA Press 2014) highlights Roy's work as an editor interviewer and Straight from the Robin's Nest (2015) her work as an essayist. Roy's book "Slivers: Poems" by Roberta M Roy, medaled in the 2020 Jenkins International eLit Awards in Poetry.

Roy holds a B.A. in English from the State University College at Albany (SUNYA), an M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Nebraska, and has done post Master's study at the University of Michigan. Roy is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist in the State of New York. She resides in the Mid-Hudson Valley in New York State where she is the creative lead and owner operator of
ID 43955499 © Cheriecokeley | With over 15 years experience working as an international journalist, editor, writer,
photographer, communications and outreach consultant, Lorna Tychostup began her writing career scrawling poems on napkins, and covering town and school board meetings for Mid-Hudson
Valley publications. Her reporting has since taken her to Mexico, Morocco, and the Middle East with a long-term focus on Iraq. She has BA in Cultural
Studies from SUNY Empire State College, and a
MS in International Relations from the Center for
Global Affairs at NYU.

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