Dawn's Eerie Light is about three tales of unrequited love woven into one fast-paced vel. It is a story about obsessive love, rejection and self-destruction that leaves the reader breathless. The story is set in Atlantic City and New York City in the 1970s when both cities were emerging from decades of deterioration.
Roy Ziegler is a writer living in Philadelphia. He is the author of Twilight of Separation, a coming of age story that takes place during the social turbulence of the 1960s in Philadelphia. Mr. Ziegler has also written two books on early American history, the award-winning The Parrys of Philadelphia and New Hope and New Hope, Pennsylvania: River Town Passages. He has recently collaborated with Gayle Goodman and Pat Achilles on a children's book, Let's Visit New Hope. His new novel Dawn's Eerie Light is a romantic, suspense story about three interwoven tales of unrequited love. The story is set in Manhattan and in Atlantic City in the 1970s.