Books by Marnie Mueller

MY MOTHER’S ISLAND by Marnie Mueller
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 2001

"An earnest, if sometimes oppressive, exploration of well-worn territory."
In Mueller's third (The Climate of the Country, 1999, etc.), a woman whose history closely parallels the author's bio, nurses her dying mother and attempts to come to terms with their troubled relationship. Read full book review >
THE CLIMATE OF THE COUNTRY by Marnie Mueller
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 1, 1999

Life in the wartime Tule Lake Japanese American Segregation Camp, in a nuanced yet strangely unaffecting tale of a pacifist's struggle to reconcile his beliefs with the camp militants' violent behavior. Read full book review >
GREEN FIRES by Marnie Mueller
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 1994

"It also captures the lure—and difficulty— of exotic travel."
Set in 1969, this riveting novel of adventure and suspense tells a story of an ex-Peace Corps volunteer who, disillusioned and haunted by her experience in coastal Ecuador, returns to that country's exotic rain forest with the hope of making sense of—if not peace with—her past. Read full book review >