By Joan Barfoot
Edna Cormick, forty-three, is incarcerated in a psychological medical institution for murdering her husband. For 20 years, Edna escaped the area through devoting herself to the well-being and welfare of her husband and residential, so while she learns he’s been having an affair, her feel of betrayal is devastating and actually maddening. And so she sits, silently filling notebooks, searching for the place and the way her lifestyles went improper. Dancing in the dead of night is a tightly woven mental novel, which explores the concept that insanity isn't inevitably self-destructive, and will bring about one of those knowledge.
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