Families

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“leaves the reader with a profound sense of satisfaction.”

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When one thinks about beach reads, Elin Hilderbrand inevitably comes to mind as the author of many satisfying novels that take the reader to Nantucket's historic and well-known island.

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What could be more fun and exciting than being single and having a thriving business located right on the California waterfront?

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Dealing with a terminal illness is grueling, not just for the one who is ill but also for their loved ones.

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“The writing is vivid in the descriptions of village life in Oman . . .”

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The Good Left Undone is a poignant expose on the value of the unsung heroes in a multigenerational, working-class family, and through the power of story, author Adriana Trigiani r

The Fashion Orphans is highly recommended for readers who enjoy stories about family ties and the unexpected behavior of relatives and friends, w

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One Italian Summer tells a story of grand proportions in which love transcends all things.

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“a riveting tale of suspenseful mystery, with a dash of romance, tossed together with a strong desire to create a loving family where there has never been one.”

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“Baart is an accomplished storyteller. She excels at layering concurrent plot threads, character arcs, and suspense with layer upon layer of storied detail . . .

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“Ryan once again shows her flair for spinning, from a life similar to her own, a set of intense and spiraling threats, with more than one devilish intent behind the scenes, and only the nar

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At age 50, Amberrose Murphy lives the good life as a meteorologist in Palm Springs, California.

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“Beard’s writing brings the premise of each chapter to life, allowing the reader to become the protagonist of the moment, experiencing the situation in which she finds herself.”

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Web-design expert Lindy Carmichael is trying hard to prove herself with a project assigned at her company Media Blast.

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“a reminder that the right to vote was not a thing given, but a battle hard fought and won.”

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Complex and moving, this read will get one thinking.”

In this jaw-dropping psychological thriller we witness the laceration of motherhood.

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Maybe you thought it was impossible. That it didn’t exist. You would never find a contemporary short story collection that was more than well written.

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“Flynn Berry landed major awards for her two earlier thrillers, and Northern Spy merits more of the same.”

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“Original, informative, suspenseful—the big three in a literary slam bang.”

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Let’s face it, a book centered around the wretched child abuse of a large family at the hands of a demented religious fanatic has some inherent drama to it.

Burnt Sugar explores security and permanence, the lengths to which people go in search of what they were denied as children.”

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Marvelous and painful, truthful and penetrating, this novel, with every page, requires the reader to sense, to live in and cherish the present moment.

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It’s 2008, Barack Obama has been elected president. Ruth Tuttle and her husband Xavier are excited about what lies ahead for them.

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How many who have been forced to deal with a life crisis can start over—and in a tropical setting, no less? Irene Steele’s life is turned upside down after learning  

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