"Full of slow-burning intrigue, Strawser's second novel will appeal to fans of Liane Moriarty's Big Little Lies and Jennifer Kitses' Small Hours." --Booklist
*Book of the Month Club Selection
Look out for Jojo's new book, Still Me, the next book featuring Louisa Clark from Me Before You and After You, coming soon
They had nothing in common until love gave them everything to lose . . .
MAN BOOKER PRIZE FINALIST
Long-listed for the Gordon Burn Prize
One of the New York Times 10 Best Books of the Year
A Washington Post Notable Book
* Instant New York Times Bestseller *
A brilliant novel from the author of Where'd You Go, Bernadette, about a day in the life of Eleanor Flood, forced to abandon her small ambitions and awake to a strange, new future.
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERThe stunning follow-up to The Notebook- a story of an ordinary man who goes to extraordinary lengths to win back the love of his life..
From the New York Times bestselling author Kristin Hannah comes a powerful novel of love, loss, and the magic of friendship. . . .
A chance encounter between two lonely women leads to a passionate romance in this lesbian cult classic. Therese, a struggling young sales clerk, and Carol, a homemaker in the midst of a bitter divorce, abandon their oppressive daily routines for the freedom of the open road, where their love can blossom.
Mary Alice Monroe, New York Times bestselling author of the Lowcountry Summer trilogy, returns to her beloved South with Beach House Memories, the sequel to The Beach House
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Secret Keeper comes a "moody, suspenseful page-turner" (People, Best Book Pick) filled with mystery and spellbinding secrets.Living on her family's idyllic lakeside estate in Cornwall, England, Alice Edevane is a bright, inquisitive, and precociously talented sixteen-year-old who loves to write stories.
"Gripped me from the first page and didn't let go." --Alyson Richman, bestselling author of The Lost WifeIn this richly emotional novel, Kristina McMorris evokes the depth of a mother's bond with her child, and the power of personal histories to echo through generations. . .
Nora Brown teaches high school English and lives a quiet life in Seattle with her husband and six-year-old daughter. But one November day, moments after dismissing her class, a girl's face appears above the students' desks--"a wild numinous face with startling blue eyes, a face floating on top of shapeless drapes of purples and blues where arms and legs should have been.
Winner of a 2018 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award
Is it more important to have roots, or wings?