By Stacey Levine
From the get-go, it's transparent that whatever unusual is afoot in Munson, the fictitious Florida hamlet the place Stacey Levine's new novel, Frances Johnson, occurs. A volcano seethes at the outskirts of city, unusual animals skitter within the shadows, and a dense brown fog has settled overhead. Pets and folks vanish. Unfurling over a interval of days best as much as the town's annual dance, the tale follows 38-year-old Frances's mounting restlessness, as she needs to make a decision even if to take keep an eye on of her existence or cede it to the murky destiny the group has unique for her. even though the unconventional hinges on a well-known plot aspect will Frances stay in Munson, or get away to the area at huge? it's the single hint of conference to be present in this hypnotic ebook, which transforms its surroundings right into a tableau of unique threat.
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