In 1973, a tempered wind blew into the Champlain Valley. This is a novel about the pale empresses and dark gargoyles of the human interior. It is a love story told at the end of golden weather, of darkness confronted, comprehended, transcended. Morgan Sizemore, a failed artist, lived long enough for life to bring him two great revelations about itself. By thirty, he had known it would not be what he expected. Later, through the turning of a year, he learned that life had not been what he had thought it was. This story concerns that second enlightenment.
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Warren R. B. Dixon (Author)
Warren R. B. Dixon, a native of Kentucky and Ohio, served as a seaman in the United States Submarine Service in WWII. He is the author of four previous novels available in hardback, softback and eBook. He maintains a literary Internet site at www....