Garie McIntosh is a writer, editor, and grammar enthusiast. His goal and purpose are to write stories with strong, authentic characters that are defined by strong writing and themes and thereby reinforce the power of communication. What's in a Name is his first novel.
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The Perfumed Shroud is about how Enid Rose copes with the disappearance of her son, Rick Rose. But Enid is not the only one dealing with loss in her neighbourhood, and two others suddenly begin to act in ways that will soon result in both irreversible and deadly consequences.
In Whale Season, Bushnell has just moved his father, Big Busha, out of a nursing home to live with him. Both men have something against each other for things that happened in the past. Big Busha is dying, and Bushnell needs answers as a horror threatens to repeat itself.
What’s in a Name is a fictional tale about a woman who has been renamed by her dying mother. She accepts that name, but then she goes silent about its significance. Now an adult, a married woman, she finds herself in a battle to unsilence herself.What’s in a Name deals...