Some People Talk with God, volume two in my Dominick Chronicles series is out and available in hardcover, Kindle, and Audible books.
The past just won’t go away. Dominick likes to idle there in history’s comfortable remove, but when his mother dies and he meets the half sister he never knew he had, the past becomes more personal—and the present more dangerous.
In this sequel to New Jerusalem News, Dominick’s perpetual peregrinations are interrupted by a visit to his newfound sibling’s historic Hudson Valley estate, which is also home to a Wiccan coven. His departure is continually delayed by circumstance, brushes with the local sheriff, and the history of the place itself—a stop on the Underground Railroad.
Once again, Dominick’s quest for noninvolvement and a purely “observer’s” status is thwarted by reality. In Some People Talk with God, follow the new misadventures of this charming wanderer as he encounters an ineffable world of lovers, schemers, and fanatics.
Praise for New Jerusalem News:
“Compassionately sardonic, witty, funny, quirky and delightful . . . You’ll laugh out loud but also enjoy Dominick’s asides on class warfare, crows, the past and cold, wet, provincial New England . . . Enright’s off and running with Dominick, and he’s terrific.”
Free downloads of the Audible book version to the first three blogeroos responding.