The First Two Pages of Homeward Dove

Janice Law

Before the internet, my sportswriter husband regularly followed British soccer with an overseas subscription to The Daily Telegraph from London. There was a bonus for me in this expensive dedication: The Telegraph had extensive crime coverage. One story, about a murder witnessed only by a speechless infant, captured my imagination. It went into my notebook, but it was years before the principals in the little drama emerged, beginning with Jeff Woodbine, who begins his story about bad choices with a little meditation on his grandmother, based on a relative who had fought the good fight against dementia.

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5 thoughts on “The First Two Pages of Homeward Dove

  1. B.K. Stevens

    Hi, Janice–

    Thanks for contributing this intriguing post, and for sharing your beautiful cover. I’m so impressed that you painted it yourself!

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