The next selection in our summer fiction series is part murder mystery, part ghost story, and it tells the tale of two struggling families.
“All Things Cease To Appear” by Elizabeth Brundage takes place in the fictitious town of Chosen, New York, a down-on-its-luck farming community in Columbia County, just over the state line from the Berkshires.
Click the audio player above to hear Brundage’s conversation with New England Public Radio’s Adam Frenier. The author says there’s a personal story behind the book’s setting.
MORE BOOKS: NEPR’s Summer Fiction series