The language of light by meg waite clayton
The Language of Light by Meg Waite ClaytonSet in the old-moneyed horse country of Maryland, the story of a young mother trying to put her life back together after the death of her husband
Nelly Grace moves her two young children to a privileged, horse-breeding world in the Baltimore countryside, after the unexpected death of her husband. Struggling to build a new life, Nelly finds herself swept up in the traditions and social politics of this insular world. Emma, the matriarch of the fox-hunting community, offers Nelly guidance and friendship until past and present secrets begin to unfold.
Encouraged by Emma and her grown son, Dac, Nelly rekindles her desire to become a photojournalist, like her father. As she sets to work with her camera, though, she realizes her success is tangled up not only in her feelings about her husbands death, but also in her relationship with her father, a man who has allowed fame and ambition to come before his family. Then her father comes to visit, and Nellys fragile new beginning is thrown into chaos.
A brilliant old-fashioned read, filled with secrets and surprises, The Language of Light is a beautifully told story of a woman moving into the future by uncovering the past.
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Meg Waite Clayton writes with a photographer's precision, clarity and care. Manette Ansay, the author of "Midnight Champagne" and "Limbo". Meg Waite Clayton lived for several years on a horse farm in northern Maryland. She now lives in Palo Alto and Santa Barbara with her husband and two young sons. Set in the old-moneyed horse country of Maryland, the story of a young mother trying to put her life back together after the death of her husband Nelly Grace moves her two young children to a privileged, horse-breeding world in the Baltimore countryside, after the unexpected death of her husband.
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She now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition to her work as a novelist, she has written for the Los Angeles Times ,   Writer's Digest , Runner's World , and public radio.
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