New fiction shines a brutal light on toxic chemical use by the gas drilling industry that exacts a heavy toll on all life forms. Brindle 24 tells the raw story of a nuclear family who live in intimate harmony with the land. They are torn apart by effects of hydraulic fracturing, fracking, beneath their ancestral home. The fates of the family over 24 hours will haunt the reader.
News of fracking expanding across the globe is a burning concern to conservationists everywhere. The new novel adds a compelling human story, inspired by real current news events in the Marcellus Shale. Author J.J.Brown brings the experience of her biomedical background to this story.
Author J.J.Brown was born in the Catskill Mountain region of New York and has lived in New York City for two decades. She has published novels, short stories and poems. J.J.Brown was a research scientist before turning to fiction writing. She completed a PhD in genetics and her research is published in leading science and education journals.read more