New Bruney novel available Aug. 26

Anson County writer Sandy Bruney’s novel, “A Question of Boundaries” will be published by Astraea Press on August 26.

The story takes place in the late 19th century, but the United States is not the country studied in history books.

Instead, it is ruled by the Jeffersonian dynasty and King Thomas the Fourth is on the throne. Moreover, due to the outbreak of a deadly plague after the War of 1812, its borders have been sealed ever since.  No one has had contact with the outside world for 80 years.

When Caroline Featherstone’s father, the famous inventor, disappears after declaring he has created a way to remove all boundaries, she enlists the aid of her local Member of Parliaament, Nathan Llewellen. Her comfortable life is turned upside-down when she realizes Nathan and his friends are not all they appear to be.

Then again, neither is she.

Sandy Bruney

Sandy Bruney

“A Question of Boundaries” will be available on Kindle, Nook, and most other e-book sellers.

Bruney is the author of two mainstream novels, “Angels Unaware” and “The Lunch Club;” and co-author with Elbert Marshall of a psychological thriller, “Plotz;” and a memoir, “I’d Rather Go to California.”  More information is on the author’s website.

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