(Neal Charnoff) The new novel “Burning Marguerite” opens with a man discovering a 94-year-old woman lying dead outside his cabin. The relationship between the two is explored as the story arcs from depression-era New Orleans to a present-day New England island.
The book, just out this month, was written by Vermont author Elizabeth Innes-Brown, who also teaches writing at Saint Michael’s College. She joins us today in our Colchester studios, welcome to All Things Considered.
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