Sorrow Sublime, a new fiction novel by Cortez author Curtis L. Gray, is now on its nationwide release.
Gray’s novel is about a family’s mysterious abduction. A family travels to a city with far more than its far share of missing people and becomes separated. The authorities believe the abductions to be bestial in nature despite many subtleties in the menacing attacks. A friend knows an insidious truth about the disappearances and she is vigorous in helping put an end to the raids. Many lives being in jeopardy strengthen their bonds and test their courage as they soar to an uncertain conclusion.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Gray was born in 1983 in Cortez, where he lives surrounded by family, one of 13 children born and raised by Dean and Violet Gray. He grew up on a small family farm where they raised chickens and pigs and grew corn and tomatoes. What proved to be the greatest entertainment of his childhood years were the giant cottonwood trees around their property that they built tree houses and long falling rope swings on. Every day was filled with work and/or adventure. He enjoys reading a wide variety of fantasy novels, comedy comics, adventure manga and action manhwa.