Dying for Dusty

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Lizbeth lives a “free, feral, unfettered” lifestyle at Popes Creek in Virginia--an oasis where innocence is lost and bad decisions are made, spontaneously, like Lizbeth's marriage to Jayden—a troubled soldier who fears deployment to Iraq. When Jayden returns, more broken than when he left, Lizbeth is drawn to Dusty, the Vietnam vet who offers her wisdom, friendship and support. More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 10,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301278695
About Elizabeth Brown

I am a writer residing in CT. My works share a common thread--religion, spirituality, the metaphysical and women's issues. I have short fiction and poetry published or forthcoming in digital and print--BareBack Magazine, Empty Sink Publishing (Editor's Choice), Contraposition, Bartleby Snopes, TreeHouse, Literary Orphans, The Milo Review, Pithead Chapel, Sleet Magazine, Linguistic Erosion, Eunoia Review, 1000Words, Apocrypha and Abstractions, HelloHorror, and elsewhere. I am currently working on a collection of short stories and an existential novel.

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Review by: David H. Keith on March 12, 2013 :
Brown wrote a touching, poignant story about a young woman who finally grows up and finds herself with the help of an aging Nam vet and a young man carrying his own burdens from childhood. Despite heartbreak and loss of a husband and innocence, the girl becomes a caring, independent, and loving woman. That is a journey everyone faces, but Brown's protagonist comes out at the end stronger and wiser.

I'm glad I read this. I have had the pleasure of knowing women like Lizbeth and have the honor of being married to one. I am grateful for that and to Brown for writing this book.

This should be a must read for everyone.

David H. Keith
(review of free book)

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