Two Close: A Story of Survival

Two Close: a story of survival
by Roberta M Roy
The sequel to Jolt: a rural noir, Two Close: A Story of Survival follows the paths of the Matters family, Mary, Lou, and their sons, Jason and Marty. Separated by circumstances following terrorism and a nuclear meltdown, Mary, at home, recuperates from radiation sickness while, Lou, brain injured in a dirty bomb explosion, recovers from amnesia and right side brain damage. Their sons, wishing to miss the effects of radiation fallout, have fled the scene and unable to make contact with their parents, survive alone in the woods and then in a shelter over the next year or so. Two Close is the story of the family’s survival and how through determination and happenstance they are reunited on Mary’s sister’s farm in Ohio.
About the Author
Roberta M Roy is the winner of the Jenkins Living Now Award for Inspirational Fiction for her well-researched and poignant novel Jolt: a rural noir, the story of survival from terrorism and a nuclear meltdown that resulted in a small village in North Country being overrun by force emigrants seeking to escape the effects of radiation fallout and the loss of their homes. They arrive in need of food, shelter, and medical treatment to find a caring village of dedicated persons who without governmental support establish a Point of Distribution (POD) and clothe, house, and care for the unlucky emigres. A story of passion, ingenuity, determination, and humanity Jolt: a rural noir is an informed and moving saga of survival following a nuclear meltdown.

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