The Lighthouse Road (Large Print / Hardcover)
October 2012 Indie Next List
“The hurts and burdens of the past as well as the cold and unforgiving North Country conspire against the happiness of the beautifully drawn characters in Geye's latest novel. Even on a journey to a new town in a specially crafted boat, Rebekah and Odd cannot escape the past. People are not always what they seem to be in this story, and outcomes cannot be predicted. A compelling read from an author of great skill and versatility.”
— Vicki Erwin, Main Street Books, St.Charles, MO
." . . The echoes of the characters' heartbreak through the generations are as haunting as the howling of the wolves on the wind." -- Booklist, starred review Against the wilds of sea and wood, a young immigrant woman settles into life outside Duluth in the 1890s, still shocked at finding herself alone in a new country, abandoned and adrift.