Giving Up the Ghost
A novel by Mary Logue
The Star Tribune’s first published novel is the haunting story of a young woman named Wendy, whose husband, Richard, dies suddenly when they are Up North at their cabin. As the November days grow shorter and winter looms, Wendy cannot bring herself to leave the cabin and return to the Cities—because she keeps seeing Richard’s ghost. This lovely, mysterious story of loss and love is by Mary Logue, one of Minnesota’s finest writers. Logue is a poet, fiction writer, and children’s author and has published more than 25 books. She has won a Minnesota Book Award, the Charlotte Zolotow Honor Award, and many other honors. She lives with her husband, writer Pete Hautman, in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
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