The Unknown FacePublisher: New Origins PublishersISBN: 979-8988860228Genre: MemoirPrice: 24.99
A marriage with an imperfect love story goes tragically wrong one summer in a small college town in Virginia, and the husband is left picking up the pieces of pain and regret. How did it end in suicide instead of divorce? What he discovers six months later is both heartbreaking and astonishing. In a time when extreme events and behavior are more prevalent, this in-depth psychological account of a seemingly normal relationship describes how things kept hidden underneath provide one’s greatest downfall and shows what one can learn from loss after the walls come tumbling down.
Gregory Duncan is a writer, musician, and educator, currently living in Philadelphia, after stops in Seattle, Chicago, Texas, Virginia, and Spain. When not taking care of his two compassionate, energetic dogs, he is usually playing the trumpet, reading, or writing. He is currently a member of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association.
Duncan has previously published in the online publication “Psych Central” and for the mental health organization NAMI. After twenty years in the music business and touring the world, he has released four jazz recordings, all of which have received radio play throughout the country and the world.