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Blue Earth

by Elizabeth Breau

Dreamlike retrospection begins a slow motion version of the tornado with which this novel opens, spiraling down through seemingly bottomless layers of memory to alter psychological terrain as relentlessly as wind and rain reshape the... Read More

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dayclean

by Elizabeth Breau

Set in Beaufort, South Carolina, near the Sea Islands, and titled for the local concept of “dayclean”—the promising moment just before sunrise—this warm-hearted mystery featuring a fusion of cultures and dialects avows the... Read More

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Hurt Machine

by Elizabeth Breau

When hard-boiled private investigator Moe Prager embarks on what seems a fool’s quest to find the murderer of Alta Conseco, his ex-wife’s sister, he has just received a dire prognosis from his oncologist. Welcoming the distraction... Read More

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Nothing Left to Lose

by Elizabeth Breau

This beautifully written novel turns war’s fantasies of glorious heroism into an elegy for all who sail the “Sea of Faith” that Matthew Arnold describes in “Dover Beach.” William Carson is a World War II veteran who believes he... Read More

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