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Jack Remick’s Gabriela and The Widow Now Available in Audiobook
The audiobook of the classic novel Gabriela and The Widow (Coffeetown Press, 2013), Montaigne Medal Finalist, is narrated by voiceover artist Annette Romano, who is also a respected theatrical actor.

BriefingWire.com, 3/23/2017 - Seattle, WA.—Gabriela and The Widow (Coffeetown Press, 2013, $14.95, 280 pp, ISBN: 978-1-60381-147-7), a work of literary fiction by Jack Remick, is now available in audiobook. The narrator is voiceover artist Annette Romano, a respected theatrical actor and narrator of a variety of audiobook genres. She is also a veteran of many commercials and industrials.

Gabriela and The Widow tells the story of a fading aristocrat and the Mixteca caregiver who helps her assemble the jumbled pieces of her past, a process that gives them both love, closure, and the courage to move on.

The audiobook is available on Audible.com, Amazon.com, and iTunes as well as their global retail partners. Established reviewers, please contact info@coffeetownpress.com.

Gabriela was a 2014 finalist for the Montaigne Medal (Eric Hoffer Award) and ForeWord Magazine's 2014 Book of the Year Award (literary fiction). Orangeberry Book Tours declared Gabriela its “Best Women’s Fiction” title of the year.

“A well told and fascinating story where all the gem-like details fall together to form a rich and satisfying puzzle.” —Paula Lowe, Publisher, Big Yes Press, former editor Solo Novo Magazine

“More than a simple story, this is a detailed examination of life.” —A Book Lover’s Library

“Jack Remick has a gift with character creation [....] There is plenty of action, an intriguing plot and a lot of enjoyment to be drawn from this novel.” —BooksAreCool.com

“A lyrical treasure [....] A beautiful, horrific, captivating read full of the lights and colors, the smells and music of southern Mexico and central California.” —Arleen Williams, author of The Thirty-Ninth Victim

The Widow (La Viuda) is ninety-two years old. She lives in a house filled with photos and coins, jewels and a sable coat. Aware that her memory is failing but burning with desire to record the story of her life on paper, she hires Gabriela, a nineteen-year-old Mixteca from Mexico. Gabriela is one of the few survivors of a massacre and treacherous journey to El Norte.

Gabriela and The Widow is a story of chaos, revenge, and change. Gabriela seeks revenge for the destruction of her village. The Widow craves balance for the betrayals in her life. In the end, The Widow gives Gabriela the secret of immortality.

Remick says, “This is the story of how The Widow makes Gabriela in her own image and sets her free from her bloody past. It is a book about mothers and daughters, it is a novel about women for women, but it is also a mythic recasting of the story of women before men.”

Jack Remick is a poet, short story writer, and novelist. Coffeetown Press also published one of his poetry collections, Satori, and his California Quartet series, four standalone coming-of-age novels set in California in the ’60s and ’70s: The Deification, Valley Boy, The Book of Changes, and Trio of Lost Souls. Camel Press, another imprint of Coffeetown Enterprises, published his novel Blood.

Gabriela and The Widow is also available in multiple eBook and 6x9 trade paperback editions on BN.com, Amazon.com, the European Amazons and Amazon Japan. Wholesale orders can be placed through info@coffeetownpress.com, Baker & Taylor or Ingram. Libraries can also purchase books through Brodart Company.

ABOUT Coffeetown Press—Based in Seattle, Washington, Coffeetown Press has been publishing the finest fiction and nonfiction since 2005.

 
 
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