The Canary

United States, 11 August 2013

Synopsis

Amelia Earhart disappeared in 1937. Did she crash in the ocean? No. THE CANARY projects her final days and a surprising friendship with the young Hemingway.

"Michael Loyd Gray's latest novel is a juggernaut; part poem, part historical novel, all engrossing account of a richly imagined meeting between two of the last century's towering icons. Like its subjects, this novel is brave, bold, and romantic--something we constantly yearn for and why we're so drawn to these legendary figures. This is one of the most exciting, ambitious novels I've read in years."—Darren DeFrain

A PRECIOUS IDEA IS NEVER ARBITRARILY UNEARTHED. IT SPURTS FORTH FROM EFFORT AND CREATIVITY, FINALLY UNCOVERED AS BRILLIANCE. SERENDIPITY LITERARY AGENCY PUSHES AND UNCOVERS THOSE WHO LOVE TO VENTURE IN THE QUARRY OF THEIR IMAGINATION.