Review: 'Cover of Snow' asks hard questions
"Cover of Snow" (Ballantine), by Jenny Milchman
Jenny Milchman's debut novel, "Cover of Snow," intimately examines the life of a woman who is in grief and pain, doubt and shock, following the death of her husband.
Nora Hamilton woke up after a wonderful night of passion and reconciliation to find an empty bed. She discovers her husband, Brendan, hanging from a rope. From all outward appearances, he was happy, and Nora doesn't believe he took his own life. It makes no sense that he would kill himself, and he didn't leave a note.
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