On Sale: March 17, 2020
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An NYC actor investigates the secret lives of the fae folk
in Bledsoe's fantasy series that Seanan McGuire calls
"surprisingly moving and unexpected in the best of
Many songs have been told about the Good Folk
of Celtic mythology, but Alex Bledsoe weaves fairy tales
unlike any other: all set in the mythic and southern
gothic-tinged foothills of Appalachia.
Johansson, a gay actor from New York, auditions for the
off-Broadway musical, Chapel of Ease, he knows it is
the opportunity of a lifetimeâ€”especially after he befriends
the show's composer, Ray Parrish. Misfortune strikes,
however, when Ray mysteriously dies just as the show reaches
its peak buzz during previews. Taking Ray's ashes home to
Tennessee, Matt is determined to find closure and figure out
the musical's core mystery: what lies under the floor of the
chapel of ease? Among Ray's people, the enigmatic Tufa clan,
Matt encounters new love and unexpected surprises, both
magical and mundane.
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