Virginia Johns Bryant

Profile Updated: July 9, 2014
Class Year: 1960
Residing In: Bremerton, WA USA
Spouse/Partner: widowed
Occupation: Novelist, poet, retired WA State government
Children: dau Mindy born 1964
son Lloyd born 1977
gr'daughter Hillary born 1985
gr'son Nathan born More…1987
1st great grandchild born 12/27/2013

Have made 40 Tiffany lamps
Retired from Washington State employment
Entered USF as a charter class member--earned BA
AA Business Tacoma Community College
Renal cell carcinoma survivor (June 2004)

Author of novel Supporting Carille and poetry volume The Valley of the Shadows
Founder of Isabelle Bryant Publisher

School Story:

voted with classmates to choose Chiefs as school mascot, attended opening ceremonies at CHS and 4 years later attended opening ceremonies at USF.

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In Seattle four individuals with medical issues and their family members form a support group; eight individuals who otherwise would not have chosen each other. There is something mysterious about the relationship between Carille Perry and young Dolly, and Carille has reasons for fearing the truth coming out.
There is a predator in the group, and he is accustomed to buying whatever he wants. Carille and Dolly seem destined to become his victims, but standing between him and his plan are the other two parents in the group who join forces as their own lives become entwined.
There is love to be found in Supporting Carille and defeat. Some will triumph; others will fail. Some will begin to evolve, and one will die.
Isabelle Bryant weaves life stories, medical scenes and northwestern descriptive passages into a seamless plot and sub plots that keep the reader guessing until the end of the book.