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COMING IN 2013 "Standing in the Whale's Jaw" Tightrope Books
LET THE SHADOWS FALL BEHIND YOU is a haunting story of disappearance and loss and, ultimately, of redemption....it combines the nuance of poetry with all the suspense of a thriller.
-Nino Ricci, Governor General Award Winner, Author of The Origin of Species
Kathy-Diane Leveille writes with passion and assurance of a woman who risks sacrificing far too much to try to erase the things she knows are true.
-Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of The Deep End of the Ocean
When Brannagh’s boyfriend, Nikki, disappears on a bird count in Northern Ontario, she reluctantly returns to her home town, Saint John, for a childhood reunion. Back in grade school, the members of the all-girls club Tuatha-de-Dananns vowed to "protect one another's self-a-steam, forever and ever amen."
As Brannagh struggles to solve the mystery behind Nikki’s vanishing, she begins to suspect that someone is taking the club's oath 'to protect one another' too far...even to the point of murder.
"A taut psychological thriller with more than enough mystery and rich characterization to keep us mesmerized...." -Reader's Respite
This book is kind of a "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" for grownups. -Night Owl Romance
BARNES AND NOBLE
W. H. SMITH
"Leveille is brilliant when it comes to building suspense. She drops little bombs, then waits several pages to spell it all out, which had me burning through the pages like crazy to find out what happens." -Diary of an Eccentric
"Sadly rich and beautiful writing."-Don Graves CANADIAN MYSTERIES The Hamilton Spectator.
LET THE SHADOWS FALL BEHIND YOU
"Brannagh Maloney had lived with disappearances all her life. They were as familiar to her as the changing of the Fundy Tides. People who disappeared left cast-off shadows of themselves, marky tremblings that slunk out of corners on drizzly autumn afternoons..."
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PRAISE FOR "ROADS UNRAVELLING:"
Her settings and characters—their hopes and fears, verbal and behavioral ticks, even their smells—are keenly observed and full of sensual presence. -The Globe and Mail
Roads Unravelling is a winding highway of quiet, still surfaces and yawning depths. Patrolling the flow are gape-jawed monsters and small glimmering pearls of real beauty. -The
Dive into these stories, let their current take you.
Kathy-Diane Leveille portrays her travelling companions with clarity and insight. Her fiction is absorbing. Roads Unravelling is a great piece of Canadian literature. -Lesley Choyce Author of Seven Ravens: Two summers by the Sea