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It's 1938, following the lead of others socialites of New York City, Beatrice and Harry Bordeaux are escaping the summer heat and spending the summer months in Montauk, Long Island. Beatrice finds herself caught between two worlds; one of high society and the other of the locals who are just trying to survive. It is here where she discovers who she is and what she truly wants. A beautifully written novel that I could not put down. ~ Reviewed by Suzanne Rice
Just how well do you really know the person you live with? Single parent and FBI agent Steph Maddox thought she knew Zach, her 17-year old son, very well.
When she found a loaded handgun hidden in his closet on the same day one of her FBI colleagues from the Domestic Terrorism Squad came to her and said that Zach was under investigation, she started to wonder.
Determined to clear his name they find themselves in an intense conspiracy that could destroy both of them. ~ Reviewed by Suzanne Rice
Three strong characters must join forces to capture a notorious and elusive Nazi criminal known only as The Huntress. Ian was a British war correspondent who witnessed the horrors of war and is now intent on bringing those criminals to trial. Nina is the only witness to survive the attacks by the Huntress. Jordan is the 17-year-old daughter of an antique dealer married to a mysterious woman who calls herself Anneliese. Who is she really? What is her past and how is she connected to the three of them? A spellbinding novel by the author of The Alice Network. ~ Reviewed by Suzanne Rice
1943: The Sontag family has been sent to Crystal City, an internment camp in Texas, because Mr Sontag is suspected of being a Nazi sympathizer. The only thing that makes life bearable for 13- year-old Elise is her friendship with Mariko Inoue, a Japanese-American girl whose family is also suspected of involvement with the enemy. Their friendship gives both girls a sense of belonging and they allow themselves to dream of the future once they are released. But when both of the families are repatriated to their homelands in secret trades for prisoners-of-war, the girls lose contact with each other. It is only years later that they find each other once again. This is a story speaks of love lost and found, hate, prejudice, and forgiveness. ~ Reviewed by Suzanne Rice
Anna arrived at 17 Swann Street as her last resort. Faced with an eating disorder, she meets other woman with similar illnesses and who, like Anna, are working towards their recoveries. This story is powerful and at times heartbreaking. Beautifully written and full of determination, strength, and honesty, this is a must-read by a very talented author. ~ Reviewed by Suzanne Rice