| FDU MFA Alum Carol Fragale Brill’s Novel Reviewed
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FDU MFA Alum Carol Fragale Brill’s Novel Reviewed

FDU MFA Alum Carol Fragale Brill’s Novel Reviewed

Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Book Reviews, Books, Current News, publications, Worth Reading

FDU MFA Alum Carol Fragale Brill’s creative thesis, a novel titled Cape Maybe, was published by Brilliant Beach Books in 2013. This month Cape Maybe was reviewed at Readers’ Favorite. “The pull of a genetic predisposition to addiction versus a very real desire to keep oneself from going down a path that could lead you to destruction is also a very real struggle and one that author Carole Fragale Brill describes sensitively and with great empathy through Katie,” writes Tracy A. Fischer. Read more at Readers’ Favorite.

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