DAY 3 IN OUR CATHERINE ASTOLFO REVOLVING BOOK WEEK features LEGACY (Book 3 an Emily Taylor Mystery) by CATHERINE ASTOLFO.
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WHAT IT’S ABOUT:
While Emily Taylor deals with the dysfunctional Sanderson family at school, seemingly unconnected characters play out their own troubled journeys into the past.
Doro searches for her lost childhood. Alain Reneaux delves into the reasons behind his violent nightmares. The town’s new lawyer, Jacob Finch, suffers from guilt about the heartbreaking death of his wife. And two lonely little girls suffer neglect and tragedy.
As Emily untangles the complexities of the Sanderson children’s lives, the collision of past into future causes an inferno of insanity and death, which ultimately proves how essential family and friendship are to happiness and endurance.
“Once in a while a mystery comes along that really lives up to its name. Legacy leaves us wanting to read more from its beautifully written opening to its clever closing chapters. A fascinating look at how four lives can collide.”
— D. J. McIntosh, Author of The Witch of Babylon
“The central image of Catherine Astolfo’s Legacy is a wishing well, an ironic reminder of the old saying, ‘Be careful what you wish for’. In this powerful novel, characters who wish to dominate others spiritually end up creating victims not disciples. Astolfo’s searing exploration of the anguish caused by egotism is counterbalanced by her characters’ ultimate realization that friendship and community can overcome evil. InLegacy, Astolfo gives readers an enduring theme wrapped in a gripping narrative.”
— Gail Bowen, Author of The Joanne Kilbourn Mysteries
In Legacy, Catherine Astolfo poses searching questions about the consequences of childhood trauma. Through the interwoven lives of her small-town characters, she explores not only the corrosive effects of abuse, neglect and loss, but also the healing that comes from facing the darkness.
–Kay Stewart, Author of Sitting Lady Sutra
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Catherine Astolfo retired in 2002 after a very successful 34 years in education. Catherine received the Elementary Dufferin-Peel OECTA Award for Outstanding Service in 1998. She was also awarded Dufferin-Peel Catholic Elementary Principal of the Year in 2002 by the Catholic Principals Council of Ontario.
Catherine is a past President of Crime Writers of Canada and a Derrick Murdoch Award winner (2012). She was a Zonta Club 2012 Nominee for Women of Achievement.
Writing is Catherine’s passion. She can recall inventing fantasy stories for her classmates in Grade Three. Her short stories and poems have been published in a number of literary Canadian presses. In 2005, she won a Brampton Arts Award. Her short stories won the Bloody Words Short Story Award (second and first) in 2009 and 2010. She won the prestigious Arthur Ellis Best Short Crime Story Award in 2012. Catherine’s novels, The Emily Taylor Mysteries, as well as Sweet Karoline (July 14, 2013), are published by Imajin Books and are optioned for film by Sisbro & Co. Inc. Visit Catherine at www.catherineastolfo.com.
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