These three are seemingly different from one another save from the fact that they turn to the same man for emotional support and physical gratification
El Cajon, CA (PRWEB) May 07, 2014
James Pope author of “Inner Space Nomads” returns to the world of literature with “Trifecta.” This new novel, explores topical social issues of sexuality, broken marriage and fraud in light of the lives and experiences of a cast of richly drawn characters.
Three generations of women form the same family find themselves confronting problems that could change their relationship and their very lives. A wife struggles with her sexuality, her mother suffers a marriage that has stagnated and her daughter endures the woes of coming of age. These three are seemingly different from one another save from the fact that they turn to the same man for emotional support and physical gratification. What consequences will result from their interactions? Will they ever find what they are looking for?
Pope, the compelling and evocative narrator, guides readers alongside his characters on the long, winding road to redemption. In delicate and skillfully crafted prose, he makes interesting character studies of the men and women in his work.
Insightful and brilliantly orchestrated, “Trifecta” is a story of love and loss, trust and mistrust and pain and healing. Above all, it is a novel that captures the zeitgeist of today’s generation.
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Trifecta * by James Pope
Publication Date: April 8, 2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 154 pages; 9781493174423
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