This heartbreaking but redemptive memoir tells the story of the sudden death in Dubai of Roselee Blooston’s beloved husband Jerry, and how her fifteen day journey through a profoundly disorienting environment, and the inner journey through the equally foreign terrain of grief over the next thirteen months, force her to face wrenching questions about his behavior there. Blooston is the author of The Widows’ Handbook, which includes work by Tess Gallagher, Maxine Kumin and Mary Oliver, with a foreword by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She has also written for AARP The Magazine, The Vital Force and Montclair Magazine.
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