"Cutting edge. A rarity. In an era of male "buddy" sagas, a story of a deeply
tender relationship between two women--only one of which is a survivor--in a
time and place hard to navigate: late 20th century America. Their strong
voices, both tough and tender, gutsy and sweet, compel us to listen. Read
Eve La Salle Caram, Award winning novelist, Senior Instructor in Fiction Writing, The Writers' Program, UCLA Extension
Letters Between Us-honored as "Finalist" in "Fiction & Lit: Chick Lit/Women's Lit" category of National Best Books 2008 Awards sponsored by USA Book News. Selected as " Finalist Novella" & "Finalist Best Cover Design Fiction" categories 2009 Indie Book Awards.
Plain View Press
A first (epistolary) novel about a troubled writer's search to understand a friend's mysterious death at a mental institution leading to her own self‐discovery and transformation.
Writer Laura Wells attends a memorial service for her best friend from childhood, Katharine Taylor, whose body was found in a garbage dump near Santa Barbara, California. After she obtains some boxes of her own correspondence with Katharine and entries from Katharine's diaries, Laura begins her 26-year journey back, revealing unimaginable secrets. As a result, Laura discovers a Katharine she thought she knew and didn't.
Book cover design by Michael Overman