Mothers

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“eminently readable, and its emotional effects linger beyond the last page.”

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“eminently readable, and its emotional effects linger beyond the last page.”

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“Thanks to its fascinating premise and to the strength of chapters told from her point of view, the book succeeds by constantly keeping the main character off balance as the moments from th

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“a chilling story of identity and what happens when a person’s self-reality is voluntarily submerged with another’s.”

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“You’ll open this novel because of history, read on because of story, and close it knowing more about your own life, right here, right now.”

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A new entrant in the unlikely but burgeoning genre of Holocaust romance fiction . . .”

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The Friendship List is a sassy, sensuous tale about two women who discover their femininity for the first time.

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This is an unexpected novel, full of philosophical questions about how we become who we are, what it takes to become someone else, and how much power others hold

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Lane Meckler is a columnist known as “Ask Roxie” in which she gives advice to help people online with problems.

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The Book of Longings is well named, well inspired, and well imagined—a superlative effort from a writer at the top of her game.”

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“it’s the perennial conflict between motherhood and career, but not the way most readers might expect.”

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Olivia Harper lives and works in Seattle, putting in grueling hours at her job as well as on her startup website business, Harper Media.

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“This debut novel is sure to raise one's hackles.”

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“Zigman is an excellent writer who knows how to keep all the balls in the air.

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When Emma London was ten, her mother committed suicide. Her paternal grandmother, Genevieve, took her in to raise her.

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“Nancy Thayer, recognized for her enchanting beach reads, goes above and beyond with Surfside Sisters by offering a compelling and more spirited book than the usual summer novel.”

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Elise Sorenson is a dressage rider.

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Amy Byler needs a break. Only, she doesn’t realize it yet. After being a single mother to her two children for years and working full-time as a school librarian, she is exhausted.

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“[A] thrilling, touching, beautiful book.”

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“The Summer Cottage is not only a lighthearted read about a woman discovering her authentic self, but it also offers a glimpse into coastal Michigan's history with

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“This debut novel is nothing short of compelling . . . a captivating and haunting tale.”

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“The Liar's Child delivers a powerful psychological plot with heartbreaking emotion and well-fleshed-out characters that are thrown into an unwanted s

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“Offering insight into the workings of the judicial system, the FBI, and the underworld, this fast-paced and explosive novel is filled with intrigue.”

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Lucy Kincaid receives a letter from attorney Henry Garrison in Virginia soon after her mother Beth dies from cancer.

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