Author Priscilla Audette’s new book “Letters from Grace: The Story of an American Family” is an intimate and warmhearted portrait of a family rebuilding after loss

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Recent release “Letters from Grace: The Story of an American Family” from Page Publishing author Priscilla Audette is a compelling novel introducing Savannah, Austin, and Dakota, three adult siblings who have lost their mother, Grace, to cancer. Their journey of mourning and discovery through Grace’s writing draws the close-knit family together and offers an intimate portrait of the vibrant woman who raised them.

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Priscilla Audette is an award-winning author who has been recognized by the Austin Film Festival and the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center for her scripts and stage plays currently making her home in the beautiful state of Maine. She has published her new book “Letters from Grace: The Story of an American Family”: a spellbinding work that keeps the pages turning until the satisfying conclusion.

“Letters from Grace: The Story of an American Family” is an intimate peek into the lives of the Quinn family. This story is akin to an anthropological excavation into what it means to be a family, celebrating said family in all its nuances. It is a story that will certainly appeal to your inner voyeur. When people die, they take with them a lifetime of secrets. Or do they?

“Letters from Grace” begins after Grace has died. While this book begins with the death of Grace, it is not a distressing book. Death is part of life, and it is the knowledge that we gain after someone close to us dies that serves to enrich our lives, allowing us to live more fully. It is Grace’s death that catapults the reader into the heart of this family. It is where we begin: her three grown children have returned to their childhood home to go through their mother’s things and put the house on the market. As they sift through their mother’s writings, all kept in an old file cabinet, they challenge each other to learn more about their dead mother by reading her canon of articles and letters. In doing so, Savannah, Austin, and Dakota inadvertently expose a secret that challenges the core of their relationships as siblings.

Published by Page Publishing, Priscilla Audette’s engrossing book is an excellent choice for avid realistic fiction readers.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Letters from Grace: The Story of an American Family” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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