Grant R. Jeffrey
A Stopover in Venice a Novel by Kathryn WalkerKathryn Walker (Author)
A Stopover in Venice a Novel by Kathryn Walker
(slightly worn on back cover, see photo below)
Nel Everett, a young American woman, is touring Italy with her famous musician husband when, in a moment of fury, she pulls down her luggage and gets off the train. As her life speeds away down the tracks, Nel is marooned and on her own for the first time in eight years.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kathryn Walker attended Harvard University and was the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship. She has appeared in leading roles on and off Broadway and has received an Emmy Award for her performance in the PBS series The Adams Chronicles. She adapted and directed a series of classical Greek productions for the Verse Drama program at the 92nd Street Y in New York City and has been an artist in residence at Harvard. She lives in Tesuque, New Mexico, and Washington, Connecticut.
Publisher: Anchor (October 6, 2009)
Paperback: 305 Pages