Rory d'Eon


Rory d'Eon is originally from rural Nova Scotia and writes as if he was still there, stuck in the early 60s, where communication was mostly face-to-face instead of by electronic means. Even though he was trained as a scientist, he would rather spend time complicating the lives of those he creates for his novels.

The Unspooling of Mrs. Devlin has a sequel, due out in early 2010. He also has another novel, nearly complete, but more serious in tone, that is also due out in early 2010.

He spends his time writing, taking photographs and squeezing some time to layout printed and electronic materials for various companies.

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The Unspooling of Mrs. Devlin
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 103,470. Language: English. Published: February 24, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » American, Fiction » Literature » Plays & Screenplays
A mother's battle to free her son from the mind-numbing boredom of parochial existence puts her in conflict with the school's lusty Mother Superior, the Church's acute predicament and her son's desire for love and independence. But most of all, she wrestles with her own demons: how can she remedy many years in a meaningless marriage? Sensuous, gritty and wicked, find out who pays and who survives.

Rory d'Eon's tag cloud

breaking of vows    cemetery    church    coercion    confession    delusions    desperation    knife    lust    murder    nun    parochial school    sexual desire    suicide    teen behavior