This year, we're going to go through my latest full-length novel, Pianissimo.
We're in the double digits now! What better letter to start us off than J?!
J is for Justice.
Justice is not necessarily a word you'd think of when you read a paranormal story, but there is justice to be had in Pianissimo.
Agnes and Margaret face some horrible prejudice in their life time. Bigotry, hatred, lies, and accusations lead them to face their co-workers, and the entire town. With their lives and reputations on the line, and with virtually no one rushing to their side, they are forced to stand up for themselves. Will justice be served?
On the other side, there's Corinne learning about Margaret and Agnes. She learns not only of the lives they lead, but of the core of their beings. She learns about an entirely new way of life. She is forced to reconsider her old ideas and prejudices. Unlike the townsfolk of the early 1900s, Corinne's eyes and heart are opened. She uses them as inspiration to become a better person. She does them justice by restoring their one connection: the piano.
So yes, justice is a theme in Pianissimo. If you read it, you can find out if I do justice justice! ;)