Stone Harbor Bound Released
Madeleine Mysko, author of Bringing Vincent Home, has released her second novel, Stone Harbor Bound.
This lyrical novel tells a compelling story about grief and healing on the New Jersey Shore. Following the death of her partner Bridget, Camille Pickett heads for Stone Harbor. All she has to do now is make a decision about the small bungalow she inherited.
Instead she is drawn into the troubles of two young people she meets, leading her to question the meaning of family, and how love can endure conflict, illness, and addiction. The mystery is that for so long she has been bound for—and bound to—Bridget’s beloved Stone Harbor.
Mysko brings a seasoned writer’s pen to this story — just as she has for years while teaching fiction writing and penning pieces of fiction and commentary for for local, regional and national journals and other publications.
“Madeleine Mysko’s Stone Harbor Bound isa quietly hopeful meditation on love, loss, and the difference one person can make in another’s life.”
“Only a seasoned and serious writer of Madeleine Mysko’s skills could have written a novel like Stone Harbor Bound… and done it with such artistry and ease. I wanted this novel to go on, and believe me, not because I felt in any way shortchanged, but because it was such a terrific reading experience.”