Books by Elizabeth Inness-Brown

BURNING MARGUERITE by Elizabeth Inness-Brown
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 21, 2002

"First-novelist Innes-Brown is a fine writer, and fully succeeds in realizing her characters lives, yet her prose is sometimes emotionally desultory: a thick languor acts as a shell in which the intensities of her scenes and moments are glimpsed but not felt."
Inness-Brown (stories: Here, 1994, etc.) offers a closely drawn, richly imagined study of two characters—a young man and the elderly woman who raised him—on a remote island in New England. Read full book review >
HERE by Elizabeth Inness-Brown
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 1994

"Short fiction of an emerging polish, varyingly arresting."
Inness-Brown debuts with stories that seem to be pecking and tapping to hatch from the confining egg of practice exercises. Read full book review >