From the author of the wildly popular Olive Kitteridge comes this exploration of small-town characters coping with love, hope, and familial drama as Lucy Barton returns to visit her siblings after a seventeen year absence.
Buntin’s debut novel follows Cat’s relationship with Marlena as their adolescent friendship is chronicled in beautiful, romantic prose. The result is a brilliantly accurate portrait of angst, lust, and the intensity of youthful connections.
Cameron reunites us with the beginning of humanity in this clever blend of fact and fiction. Despite taking place thousands of years ago, the novel feels oddly relevant, touching on fundamental human instincts that shape the bonds of family and friendship.
Sandford’s Prey books have been a first-rate mystery series for years, consistently keeping readers on the edge of their seat with plots centered on cooked small towns, drug cartels, and diabolical torture devices.