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Award-winning author Louise Marley brings readers her latest, in which a modern-day woman becomes entwined in the life and times of Puccini, the famed composer in
THE GLASS BUTTERFLY
As an award-winning author of science fiction as well as a classically trained opera singer, Louise Marley blends both elements seamlessly into this story. Her novels incorporate different time periods, original characters, and real-life icons of classical music to appeal to a broad audience. Romantic Times recently praised Marley, noting “Marley’s knack for combining historical intrigue and romance will keep readers with a love for books like Audrey Niffenegger’s The Time Traveler’s Wife and A. S. Byatt’s Possession on the edge of their seats.” This September, Marley returns with THE GLASS BUTTERFLY, being published by Kensington Books in trade paperback original.
The only way therapist Victoria Lake can think to protect her estranged son, Jack, from a case turned deadly is to make a complete break from the past. As painful as it is, it’s safer for him if he—and her enemies—think she’s dead. Jack never wanted to believe in his mother’s psychic abilities. Yet he can’t deny his own conviction that she’s alive, despite the meticulous police investigation and the somber funeral. To survive, Victoria knows she has to reinvent herself completely. She can’t even listen to her beloved Puccini. But without the music in her ears, eerie dreams invade her sleep. Lush with the sounds and sights of 19th-century Tuscany, they’re also loaded with a present-day warning she can’t afford to ignore . . .
About the Author
Louise Marley has twice won the Endeavour Award, and has been shortlisted for the Nebula, the Campbell, and the Tiptree Awards for her fantasy fiction.
THE GLASS BUTTERFLY
September 2012/$15.00 ($16.95)/Trade Paperback Original/Fiction/978-0-7582-6568-5
Author Hometown: Seattle, WA