The All-Night Sun, Diane Zinna, Random House - Diane Zinna’s The All-Night Sun tells a story of grief, loss, and friendship between Lauren Cress, a 28-year-old English teacher from Washington, D.C., and Siri, an 18-year-old art student.
Tag Archive: domestic life
The Great Alone, Kristin Hannah, St. Martins Press - The austere beauty and unforgiving winters of Alaska’s outback further unravels the already-fragile and violent life of the Allbright family in Kristin Hannah’s novel, “The Great Alone.”
The Woman Inside, E G Scott, Dutton - Nothing is as it seems, and no one can be trusted in debut domestic thriller THE WOMAN INSIDE by writing duo, E.G. Scott (whose real names are Elizabeth Keenan and Greg Wand).
Rush, Lisa Patton, St. Martin's Press - Set in modern-day Oxford, Mississippi, on the Ole Miss campus, bestselling author Lisa Patton’s RUSH is a story about women from all walks of life discovering their voice and their empowerment.
The Summer Wives, Beatriz Williams, Harper Collins - A fascination with islands and Shakespeare's The Tempest were among the inspirations for Beatriz Williams' ninth historical novel, where she explores a new branch of the Schuyler family tree.
The Lost Letters of William Wolf, Helen Cullen, Graydon House - Compatible in every way William and Clare Woolf’s marriage seemed a match made in heaven – then it began to break apart.
The Betrayals, Fiona Neill, Pegasus Books - Rosie and Nick, Lisa and Barney and all their kids made one big, happy extended family, vacationing together every summer on the east Norfolk coast of England.