Sea Changes by Gail Graham

Sea Changes by Gail GrahamWhen Sarah’s husband dies suddenly, she is left with no anchor and no focus.

Grief is an ever-present companion and counseling a weekly chore with minimal results, but when Sarah decides to end her life her suicide attempt takes her to an underwater world where she finds comfort and friendship. Afterwards, back on the beach she wonders – Was it a dream? Was I hallucinating? Or am I going mad?

Her efforts to make sense of the experience lead to Sarah’s becoming a suspect in the alleged kidnapping of a young heiress. Now her worlds are colliding – and the people she trusts are backing away, not believing a word she says. She must decide what is real and what is not. Her life depends on it.

About the Author

Gail Graham’s previous novel, CROSSFIRE, won the Buxtehude Bulle, a prestigious German literary award. CROSSFIRE has been translated into German, French, Danish, Finnish and Swedish. Three of Gail’s other books were NY Times Book of the Year recommendations. Gail lived in Australia for 32 years, where she owned and operated a community newspaper and published several other books, including A COOL WIND BLOWING (a biography of Mao Zedong) STAYING ALIVE and A LONG SEASON IN HELL. She returned to the United States in 2002, and now lives in Tucson, Arizona.

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Posted on June 18, 2009, in Book Synopsis. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I really want to read this one. It sounds unique. Now, if I could just dwindle down that TBR pile.

    I ended up buying a book yesterday–something I rarely do these days because my shelves are overflowing. There was a book fair at school and I picked up “Rhett Butler’s People”, which is about a young Rhett Butler, the character from “Gone with the Wind”.

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