Posted by Ognian Georgiev
Jennifer Skutelsky will release her second book Grave of Hummingbirds on January 1. The novel was described as “Stunning mystery”, “Captivating”, “Wonderful,” by the readers. The debut title by our next guest Tin Can Shrapnel was an Eric Hoffer Book Award finalist.
It’s a great pleasure to introduce at Land of Books Jennifer Skutelsky.
– Jennifer, what is your book Grave of Hummingbirds about?
– Grave of Hummingbirds is the story of two men who love the same woman. Her death affects them differently: one immerses himself in the past he shared with her, while the other, in an effort to reconstruct her likeness, becomes a killer. The novel is set in the Andean highlands and explores themes of repression, love, grief, and redemption, while the story pivots around the haunting and rituals that take place in a remote village nestled in the mountains.
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