Glenda Burgess' novel LOOSE THREADS explores the uncommon thread, the way not taken as we compose our lives. How we turn to and from opportunity as we brace our daily moments with choice. Engaging, fresh, and unforgettable, LOOSE THREADS is about the journey to authenticity and the redemptive power of genuine passion. The novel opens in Washington DC and moves into American embassies around the world in the nineteen-eighties, a time when diplomacy bordered terrorism, and a young diplomat's future was limited only by ambition.
LOOSE THREADS is the story of Ellen d'Ullay, one woman's search for herself across three decades of life. Fast-paced and surprising, with a penchant for paradox and hidden truth, the hearts and minds of Burgess' characters are s interesting as the landscapes we find them in.
Burgess' novel eloquently probes the human search for meaning, lasting love, and roots in an unpredictable world. "...Glenda Burgess takes readers on an armchair world tour with Ellen d'Ullay and the changing map of her inner world."-Saratoga News.