Written by Brad Graber
Narrated by Kebba Button
Winner, 2019 Indie Reader Discovery Award. Finalist, Indie Foreword. Winner, Colorado Independent Publishers Association.
The lies we tell…the secrets we keep.
Rikki, a teenager being raised by her grandmother in NYC, can’t remember her mother. Whenever she asks her grandmother questions, the older woman falls apart and refuses to answer. Desperate to learn the truth about her mother’s untimely death, she discovers a hidden family album. Who is the boy in the photograph with her mother? Is he her uncle? Determined to unlock the mystery, Rikki seeks out Harry, a writer struggling with his own issues of identity.
“…a fast-paced and moving novel about family, memory, and love that will appeal to all readers who appreciate good storytelling and especially well-drawn characters.”…Indie Reader
“Graber explores the themes of family, identity, and the importance of being connected, with a strong appeal to readers who enjoy sleuth, adventure, and stories with emotional and psychological depth.”…Readers’ Favorite
After the Fall is Graber’s second novel. A master at twists and turns, Graber likes to keep his readers guessing. Born and raised in NYC, Graber writes novels because no one in his family listened to him. Writing novels is his way of getting even.
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