Elizabeth Brundage is a graduate of the Iowa Writers Workshop, where she earned an MFA in fiction and a James Michener award. Her short fiction has been published in the Greensboro Review, Witness Magazine, and New Letters, and she contributed to the anthology Thicker Than Blood: I ve Always Meant to Tell You, Letters to Our Mothers."
"[A] deft balancing act of taut plot and richly drawn characters. . .Brundage is a storyteller supreme." -Wally Lamb "Riveting...very moving and completely involving. . . Brundage is a brilliant novelist." -Richard Bausch "Brundage has a penchant for turning topical subjects into gripping novels...Sex, drugs, violence and murder are all in the Brundage mix." -"The Washington Post" "[A] well-turned thriller. . . Brundage writes with startling clarity." -"St. Louis Post-Dispatch" "A taut tale of suspense rounded out with sharp observations on parenting, adoption and the fraught business of keeping up appearances." -"New York Observer"