Brand New Human Being

By Emily Jeanne Miller

Mariner Books paperback, 2013, 272 pages, $14.95


Emily Jeanne Miller earned a master’s degree in environmental studies at the University of Montana and co-edited an anthology of writing from the Clark Fork River valley, The River We Carry with Us, in 2002. In her debut novel, she takes on the story of Logan Pyle, a young father who is confounded by his own father’s death, his wife’s drift away from him, and his four-year-old son’s bizarre behavior. When he finds his wife kissing a man on a pile of coats at a party, Logan takes off with his son to find something new.

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