Sorrow Road

A Novel by Julia Keller

  • Published: Aug 03, 2020

In 1944, three young men from a small town in West Virginia are among the American forces participating in D-Day, changing the fortunes of the war with one bold stroke. How is that moment aboard a Navy ship as it barrels toward the Normandy shore related to... read more

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Details of Sorrow Road

Exact title of the book
Sorrow Road
Book author
Julia Keller
ISBN
9781250089601
Book series
Bell Elkins Novels
Publisher
St. Martin's Publishing Group
Published
Aug 23, 2016
Language
English
Format
PDF, FB2, EPUB, MOBI
Pages
384
File size (in PDF)
3456 kB

Some brief overview of book

In 1944, three young men from a small town in West Virginia are among the American forces participating in D-Day, changing the fortunes of the war with one bold stroke. How is that moment aboard a Navy ship as it barrels toward the Normandy shore related to the death of an old man in an Appalachian nursing home seventy-two years later? In Sorrow Road, the latest mystery from Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Julia Keller, two storiesone set in the turbulent era of World War II and one in the present dayare woven together to create a piercingly poignant tale of memory and family, of love and murder.

Bell Elkins, prosecuting attorney in Ackers Gap, West Virginia, is asked by an old acquaintance to look into the death of her beloved father in an Alzheimers care facility. Did he die of natural causesor was something more sinister to blame? And thats not the only issue with which Bell is grappling Her daughter Carla has moved back home.

But somethings not right. Carla is desperately hiding a secret. Once again, past and present, good and evil, and revenge and forgiveness clash in a riveting story set in the shattered landscape of Ackers Gap, where the skies can seem dark even at high noon, and the mountains lean close to hear the whispered lament of the people trapped in their shadow.

About author

KELLER spent twelve years as a reporter and editor for the Chicago Tribune, where she won a Pulitzer Prize. A recipient of a Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University, she was born in West Virginia and lives in Chicago and Ohio. She is the author of the Bell Elkins series (A Killing in the Hills, Bitter River, Summer of the Dead).

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