First in the Shetucket River Milltown Series.
Singing Her Alive is a compelling story of two mill girls, presented to the reader as a fictional memoir set in two timelines. The primary story, in the late eighteen hundreds, unfolds as a secret journal is discovered by the present day granddaughter of one of the mill girls. The discovery sets the narrator a journey towards identity and place. The strong themes of love, sacrifice, choices and consequences on a sensitive topic are handled with thoughtfulness and delicacy.