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On the anniversary of her husband's death, 49-year-old Emily Holt runs away, leaving an unmade bed, an unlocked house, two college-aged sons, and an overabundance of bad memories.

Struggling to make peace with the death of a husband who'd been lost to mental illness, she vows to drive to the end of the road which is just outside the tiny mining town of Cedar Hollow, West Virginia.

As Emily struggles to redefine and rediscover herself, the good folks of Cedar Hollow are more than happy to help.

©2014 Melinda Clayton (P)2015 Melinda Clayton

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Melinda Clayton has done it again.

Would you consider the audio edition of Shadow Days to be better than the print version?

Yes, only in the accents that are true to the area, which you don't get in the written word.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Shadow Days?

The development of the owner of the bed and breakfast.

Have you listened to any of Catherine Edwards’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, she does a very nice job.

If you could take any character from Shadow Days out to dinner, who would it be and why?

Kay

Any additional comments?

This is an exceptional series, The characters are real with real pro yet. The descriptions of dealing with a mental illness is heart tugging and best describes the reality of anyone who has ever lived with it.