In Concord-native Meredith Tate’s new novel, a young woman is kidnapped after a drug deal goes badly. To summon help, she has an out-of-body experience. Her quest to give her sister clues about where she is and how she got there serves as the central action of the book, which is called The Last Confession of Autumn Casterly . Tate spoke about it with NHPR's Peter Biello. Editor's note: This interview includes discussion of sensitive subjects that may make some listeners feel uncomfortable, such as rape and sexual assault. Meredith Tate's Top Five Reading Recommendations: 1. Fireborne by Rosaria Munda. "This YA fantasy novel is packed with political intrigue, dragons, and extremely complex character dynamics. As children, Annie and Lee both...
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The Bookshelf: Meredith Tate Takes On The Difficult Subject of Rape