Kathleen Grissom was raised in the tiny village of Annaheim, Saskatchewan, lived and worked in Montreal and New York City, and finally settled on a large farm in rural Virginia.
Crow Mary (2023)
Kathleen Grissom recommends
The Stockwell Letters (2023)
"In 1854, Boston's most prominent men fought to make positive change, but it was the women standing quietly behind them who came together across lines of race and class to achieve the goals their husbands could not. In this powerful story of hope, dedication, and perseverance, Jackie Friedland takes an unflinching look at the devastating era of American history prior to the Civil War. This is a novel that you won't want to miss."
The House is on Fire (2023)
"The world is about to be on fire with the publication of THE HOUSE IS ON FIRE. This is a propulsive, pulse-pounding read - one that grabbed hold of me and didn't let me go until the very last page. It is the kind of book you finish with a sigh, and hope against hope there is a sequel coming."
Run, Rose, Run (2022)
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"A thrilling journey from two beloved voices, set against the backdrop of the country-music scene."
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