No Road Home

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Product Details
Price
$29.99  $27.89
Publisher
Atria Books
Publish Date
Pages
416
Dimensions
6.39 X 9.09 X 1.18 inches | 1.29 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781668031445

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About the Author
John Fram is the author of the critically acclaimed supernatural thriller The Bright Lands and No Road Home. He has written for The Atlantic and The New York Times. A native of Texas, he lives in Waco and Austin.
Reviews
"A mesmerizing mash-up of murder mystery and modern gothic horror, No Road Home proves there are some familial bonds that redeem, but some are better off cut."--Sarah Langan, acclaimed author of Good Neighbors and A Better World
"In the darkly spellbinding No Road Home, John Fram expertly mixes the Fall of the House of Usher and a twisty closed-room mystery into a unique kind of Texas gothic epic. A compelling, thought-provoking, page-turning read." --Paul Tremblay, author of The Cabin at the End of the World and most recently, The Pallbearers Club
"Trapped in an opulent estate during a storm, a man must solve the murder of a Jerry Fallwell-esque patriarch before his new wife's family pins it on him. No Road Home is a whip-smart, horror-tinged whodunnit in the style of early Stephen King. Fram explores important themes of religion, family, wealth, race, and class--all within the confines of a fast-paced, locked room thriller."--Julia Bartz, New York Times bestselling author of The Writing Retreat
"No Road Home is a heartrending indictment of prejudice and corruption wrapped in a mystery as twisted as the family at its center. Enter Ramorah at your own peril, but don't bother saying your prayers--God has forsaken this place."--Luke Dumas, USA Today bestselling author of The Paleontologist and A History of Fear
"No Road Home is a grand gothic story as enthralling as it is terrifying. John Fram swings for the fences and does not miss." --S. A. Cosby, New York Times bestselling author
"Fram touches on generational curses, anti-queer bigotry, and religious trauma in this tense, supernaturally tinged locked-room thriller...Fram lends authenticity to the behaviors and motivations of his sprawling cast, keeping readers glued to the page...[an] ambitious swing for the fences."--Publishers Weekly
"By turns searing, soapy, and spine-tingling, Fram's latest pays homage to Southern Gothic icons Michael McDowell and V.C. Andrews while also tipping its cap to modern horror great Jordan Peele...exquisitely rendered, realistically damaged characters lend credence to myriad mad twists, propelling the tale from portentous start to pulse-pounding finish. Trenchant, terrifying fun."--Kirkus Review