Families

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Cecelia Ahern’s collection of short stories titled, Roar, couldn’t be better timed.

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A parent's worst nightmare is to have a child kidnapped. This is what happens to Claire Rawlings—times two.

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Feel-good stories abound, but this one offers a fresh and creative context: crop circles.

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“An intense story of survival, hardship, and heartbreak, The Things We Cannot Say is sure to evoke emotion in even the most cynical reader.

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“Macallister’s exploration of both the public and the personal takes this novel to a higher level.”

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“With Kinsella’s typical warmth, wit and moments of true, laugh-out-loud hilarity, I Owe You One is another winner from a true master of the feel-

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“It’s a perfect book for people who just want to read an intelligent, informative, and satisfying story.”

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“Well developed with awe-inspiring prose, The Inbetween Days presents reflections on anguish and absolution while offering a poignant and uplifting perspective.”

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“The blending of two voices makes this psychological thriller a hair-raising tale.”

"What you don't know is how much we need each other."

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“Winter Loon, a debut novel, is both emotional and skillfully written.

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Irene Steele has a close to perfect life, or does she? She loves job, her husband Russ, their Victorian home, and her two grown sons.

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Gone So Long has everything a novel could ask for: It’s a literary page-turner that explores the grit and pain of working class lives through complex personalities and beautifully pungent,

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The first chapter of Not Her Daughter is taut, intense, gripping—and by the end of its handful of pages, it’s clear the speaker, entrepreneur and CEO Sarah Walker, has taken someone else’s

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Ever walked into a forest? Evocations of enchantment, majesty, beauty, and even fear are all around. The stuff of fairytales.

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As scores of friends, relatives, and relatives-of-friends gather in Atlanta on a sunny April afternoon for the tastefully expensive wedding of Elizabeth Gottlieb and Hank Jackson, seven of these as

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In a world in which books, TV, and the media often seem to be screaming, it’s refreshing to come across a novel that remembers the value of the whisper, of subtlety, and of not having to have every

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Shadow Child is a detective story set in 1960s Manhattan, and also a historical saga of a Japanese-American woman during World War II, and also a tale of teen rivalry, which shifts from pa

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Greer Kadetsky, the brilliant, introverted child of two totally apathetic parents has never quite been able to find her voice—or, if she has found it, hasn’t been able to use it.

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This intense character-exploration story draws you along wondering, What the heck happened to Kit to make her so closed to human relationships?

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As one of 2018’s most anticipated books, Kristin Hannah’s The Great Alone had an enormous amount of buzz and early praise to live up to.

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Dr. Leigh Culver is a physician in the small town of Timberlake, Colorado, after moving from a job with long hours at a Chicago hospital. Leigh finds the slower pace in the mountains to her liking,

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“Cantrell weaves moving and inspirational stories that make her one of today’s most beloved storytellers. Perennials may be her most breathtaking yet.”

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“This is a gentle novel, the literary equivalent of warm slippers and a cup of tea by the fire.”

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They say you can never go home again, and after being away for a long period of time, it can be frightening to go back. This is what Teddi Lerner is facing.

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“I don’t need to jump off cliffs into oceans to die, because every day there is a little death waiting for me. All I have to do is wake up and walk out the front door.”

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