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  • Author:
    Edith Forbes
  • ISBN:
    1878067990
  • ISBN13:
    978-1878067999
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  • Publisher:
    Seal Press; New Ed edition (September 25, 1997)
  • Pages:
    272 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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Vernon Nowle's daughter Vincie has finally come home to Vermont: home to deal with her father's supposed suicide and come to terms with her own failing marriage

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Vernon Nowle's daughter Vincie has finally come home to Vermont: home to deal with her father's supposed suicide and come to terms with her own failing marriage. Vincie and her brothers must navigate a maze formed by the familial signposts of identity, loyalty, love and deception to discover the truth about their father's life and death.

Praise for Nowle's Passing .

This book isn't a whodunit in the traditional sense

This book isn't a whodunit in the traditional sense. Instead, Forbes examines the real whodunits in all our lives, and most especially those in women's lives: How did I become this person I am? What have my choices led me to? And, most importantly, Now what?

In a skillfully done second novel, Forbes (Alma Rose, 1993) again displays a gift for the critical detail, elegant description, and quiet yet evocative character portrayal

In a skillfully done second novel, Forbes (Alma Rose, 1993) again displays a gift for the critical detail, elegant description, and quiet yet evocative character portrayal. The three thirtysomething Nowle children reunite in Worthing, the picturesque Vermont farm town of their childhood, under the worst of all possible circumstances, their father Vernon having died suddenly, an apparent suicide. In a skillfully done second novel, Forbes (Alma Rose, 1993) again displays a gift for the critical detail, elegant description, and quiet yet evocative character portrayal

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Manufacturer: Seal Press Release date: 25 September 1997 ISBN-10 : 1878067990 ISBN-13: 9781878067999.

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A third of Vermont's farms are being squeezed out of business, and enigmatic farmer Vernon Nowle is found shot dead. The police assume the fatal wound was self-inflicted, but was it really suicide? Rooted in the austere beauty of New England, Nowle's Passing unravels its mystery and characters with dazzling skill and genuine heart.

Mpapa
So many angles to view this story from. As I was reading, I just KNEW who really killed Vincie's father/the hard working farmer. And then I started realizing it wasn't that person but I was then thinking: PLEASE DON'T BE THIS PERSON! And the anguish that pour Vincie was going though wondering why and who could have done this. The descriptive writing about the Vermont area with the die-hard working families and how stern our ancestors were. It's easy to see my predescessors in these hardworking, serious people. I loved this book and recommend it to all.
Bless–°hild
Forbes has lived in Vermont for a long time and (in my opinion) really gets both the daily textures and rhythms of rural life and rural relationships. This book isn't a whodunit in the traditional sense. Instead, Forbes examines the real whodunits in all our lives, and most especially those in women's lives: How did I become this person I am? What have my choices led me to? And, most importantly, Now what?