Brown Dwarf by K. D. MillerBrown Dwarf by K. D. Miller

Brown Dwarf

byK. D. Miller

Paperback | April 21, 2011

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When Brenda Bray, better known to the world as Rae Brand, author of the popular Elsinor Grey mystery series, returns home to Hamilton, she is set upon by vivid memories of the fall of 1962 when she struck up an intense relationship with a classmate, and together they sought to track and catch an escaped serial killer believed to be hiding out on the escarpment. Brenda and Jori search for this elusive murderer, their friendship twisting as the weeks pass, becoming tautly fantastic and pre-adolescently sexual, eventually resulting in real tragedy. As the story of their brief time together unravels it becomes apparent that the headlines about Jori's disappearance only touch on the truth, and that Brenda must finally face up to that youthful friendship and its results if she is going to discover any peace. Unputdownable, Brown Dwarf is an intense and thrilling psychological drama.
K. D. Miller is the author of two previous short story collections, Give me Your Answer and Litany on a Time of Plague, and an essay collection, Holy Writ. Her work has twice been collected in The Journey Prize Anthology and Best Canadian Stories, and she has been nominated for a National magazine Award for Fiction. She lives and write...
Title:Brown DwarfFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 7.51 × 5.25 × 0.35 inPublished:April 21, 2011Publisher:BiblioasisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1897231881

ISBN - 13:9781897231883

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" Brown Dwarf ... creeps up on you with its increasing complexity and deft handling of an adolescent mindset. More than a mystery, it explores not only the limits of memory-how our perception of events shifts as we age and change into adults-but also the sometimes irrational dynamics of relationships between friends, and between child and parent ... deeply affecting." - FreeFall Magazine