The Promise: A Novel

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The promise, now available in paperback, received rave reviews from critics and captured the hearts of readers worldwide. Has shades of willa Cather, Sinclair Lewis, and Conrad Richter. Publishers weekly, ohio, starred review Young pianist Catherine Wainwright flees the fashionable town of Dayton, in the wake of a terrible scandal.

For not only did she promise oscar’s first wife that she would be the one to take care of little Andre, but she has feelings for Oscar that she is struggling to suppress. Against the backdrop of the devastating Galveston hurricane of 1900, Ann Weisgarber tells a heartbreaking story with two unforgettable voices.

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The Promise: A Novel #ad - And though oscar tries to please his new wife, the secrets of the past sit uncomfortably between them. Meanwhile, oscar’s housekeeper, for Nan Ogden, Catherine’s sudden arrival has come as a great shock. Heartbroken and facing destitution, she finds herself striking up correspondence with a childhood admirer, the recently widowed Oscar Williams.


The Personal History of Rachel DuPree: A Novel

Penguin Books #ad - Somehow rachel must find the strength to do what is right-for herself, and for her children. Pregnant, and struggling to feed her family, Rachel is isolated by more than just geography. She is determined to give her surviving children the life they deserve, a fiercely proud former Buffalo Soldier, but she knows that her husband, will never leave his ranch: black families are rare in the West, and land means a measure of equality with the white man.

She agrees, and together they stake their claim in the forebodingly beautiful South Dakota Badlands. Reminiscent of the color purple as well as the frontier novels of laura Ingalls Wilder and Willa Cather, The Personal History of Rachel DuPree opens a window on the little-known history of African American homesteaders and gives voice to an extraordinary heroine who embodies the spirit that built America.

The Personal History of Rachel DuPree: A Novel #ad - Fourteen years later, in the summer of 1917, the cattle are bellowing with thirst. An award-winning novel with incredible heart, falls in love with isaac, the boardinghouse owner's son, about life on the prairie as it's rarely been seen When Rachel, he makes her a bargain: he'll marry her, hired help in a Chicago boardinghouse, but only if she gives up her 160 acres from the Homestead Act so he can double his share.

It hasn't rained in months, and supplies have dwindled.


The Glovemaker: A Novel

Skyhorse #ad - Compelling historical fiction…. Although deborah is not devout and doesn’t subscribe to polygamy, she is distrustful of non-Mormons with their long tradition of persecuting believers of her wider faith. But all is not what it seems, deborah and her husband’s best friend, and when the Marshal is critically injured, Nels Anderson, humanity, are faced with life and death decisions that question their faith, and both of their futures.

The man, a devout mormon, is on the run from the US government, which has ruled the practice of polygamy to be a felony. Part love story, part religious explication, part mystery…. A journey you won’t forget. Houston chroniclein the inhospitable lands of the Utah Territory, during the winter of 1888, thirty-seven-year-old Deborah Tyler waits for her husband, Samuel, to return home from his travels as a wheelwright.

The Glovemaker: A Novel #ad - Isolated by the red-rock cliffs that surround the town, she and her neighbors live apart from the outside world, even regarded with suspicion by the Mormon faithful who question the depth of their belief. When a desperate stranger who is pursued by a Federal Marshal shows up on her doorstep seeking refuge, it sets in motion a chain of events that will turn her life upside down.

It is now the depths of winter, Samuel is weeks overdue, and Deborah is getting worried. Deborah lives in junction, a tiny town of seven Mormon families scattered along the floor of a canyon, and she earns her living by tending orchards and making work gloves.


The Three Miss Allens

Mira #ad - Roma's distant cousin Addy arrives too, fleeing a life with too much drama. Adeline is engaged, ruby is weighing up an offer, and Clara is just eighteen and about to start her life. Who was she? why has she disappeared from the family's history? If they solve this mystery from their past, could it change the women's futures?

How much of who we are is destiny and how much chance?in 1934, the three Miss Allens – Ruby, Adeline and Clara – arrive in the seaside town of Remarkable Bay for their annual summer holiday. The usa today bestselling novel. It's the last time they'll spend summers as a family. It's only when the women discover an old guest book that they start asking questions about the mysterious third Miss Allen.

The Three Miss Allens #ad - But by summer's end, the lives they have known will change irrevocably and a mysterious secret will tear the family apart. Eighty–two years later, ruby's great–granddaughter Roma Harris moves to the now sleepy Remarkable Bay, retreating from tragedy.


The Judge's Wife: A Novel

Skyhorse #ad - When the judge’s will is finally read, revealing he has sent letters to Vikram and Emma, the deception spanning both decades and continents finally begins to unravel, exposing long-buried family secrets along the way and raising the question of if true love can last a lifetime. As soon as she has given birth, grace is sent to an asylum by the judge, while Vikram, told that Grace died in childbirth, returns to India heartbroken.

But this is 1950s ireland, and when she falls pregnant, the potential scandal must be dealt with. Meanwhile, vikram is planning a long-awaited return to Ireland with his much-loved niece Rosa—who has grown up hearing all about her uncle’s long-lost love—to stand, at last, at the grave of the woman he adores.

The Judge's Wife: A Novel #ad - . Shortlisted for a 2017 rona award* with her whole life ahead of her, beautiful young Grace’s world changes forever when she’s married off to a much older judge. Thirty years later, his estranged daughter emma returns home to pack up his estate, after the judge’s death, where she finds Grace’s diaries and begins to piece together the life of the mother she never knew.

Soon, thoughtful, grace meets and falls in love with an Indian doctor, and kind, Vikram—he’s charming, feeling lonely and neglected, everything her husband is not.


The English Wife: A Novel

St. Martin's Press #ad - But then bayard is found dead with a knife in his chest on the night of their Twelfth Night Ball, presumed drowned, Annabelle goes missing, and the papers go mad. Yes, there are rumors that she's having an affair with the architect, but rumors are rumors and people will gossip. Who were her brother and his wife, really? And why did her brother die with the name George on his lips?

Bay's sister, forms an unlikely alliance with a reporter to uncover the truth, that it must be a third party, but the more she learns about her brother and his wife, convinced that Bay would never have killed his wife, Janie, the more everything she thought she knew about them starts to unravel. From new york times bestselling author, affairs, Lauren Willig, full of family secrets, comes this scandalous novel set in the Gilded Age, and even murder.

The English Wife: A Novel #ad - Annabelle and bayard van duyvil live a charmed life in new york: he's the scion of an old Knickerbocker family, she grew up in a Tudor manor in England, they had a whirlwind romance in London, they have three year old twins on whom they dote, and he's recreated her family home on the banks of the Hudson and renamed it Illyria.


The Oceans Between Us: Gripping and emotional novel of separation after World War 2

Headline #ad - But then she discovers the secret of his past. A warm-hearted tale of love, loss and indefatigable human spirit' Kathryn Hughes 'A heartrending story' Jane Corry 'A mother's loss and a son's courage. Should she keep quiet? or tell the truth and risk losing the boy who has become her life? This magnificent, moving novel, set in London and Australia, is testament to the strength of the human spirit and the enduring power of love.

Readers are loving The Oceans Between Us. A beautiful tale of a mother's love. Inspired by heartrending true events, a mother fights to find her son and a child battles for survival in this riveting debut novel. But i also felt their bravery in finding justice for all children who suffered. Highly recommended' Between My Lines'A story that will touch every reader's heart.

The Oceans Between Us: Gripping and emotional novel of separation after World War 2 #ad - A wonderful book. But then he finds himself on board a ship bound for Australia, the promise of a golden life ahead, and wonders: how will she find him in a land across the oceans?In Perth, a lonely wife takes in the orphaned child. Full of emotion, heart, joy and sorrow' Emma's Bookish Corner'Heart-wrenching debut novel.

A story based on actual events which will have you glued to the pages' Waggy Tales'It has opened my eyes to the injustice done to so many' Shaz's Book Blog'I flew through this emotional book. I raged at just what some had to endure.


The Orphan of Salt Winds

Tin House Books #ad - For fans of eowyn ivey, rose tremaine, and Kate Atkinson, The Orphan of Salt Winds is a bewitching debut about the secrets that haunt us. England, 1939. Seventy-five years later, she finds herself drawn back to the marsh, and to a teenage girl who appears there, nearly frozen and burdened by her own secrets.

Virginia’s new parents’ marriage is full of secrets and tensions she doesn’t quite understand, and their wealthy neighbor, drops by too often, Max Deering, taking an unwholesome interest in the family’s affairs. A gothic, psychological mystery and atmospheric coming-of-age story, The Orphan of Salt Winds is the portrait of a woman haunted by the place she calls home.

Ten-year-old virginia wrathmell arrives at Salt Winds, to meet her adoptive parents—practical, dependable Clem and glamorous, a secluded house on the edge of a marsh, mercurial Lorna. In her, virginia might have a chance at retribution and a way to right a grave mistake she made as a child. Elizabeth brooks’s gripping debut mirrors its marshy landscape—full of twists and turns and moored in a tangle of family secrets.

The Orphan of Salt Winds #ad - Only clem offers a true sense of home. What happens next sets into motion a crime so devastating it will haunt Virginia for the rest of her life. War feels far away among the birds and shifting sands—until the day a German fighter plane crashes into the marsh, and Clem ventures out to rescue the airman.

The marsh, with its deceptive tides, is a beautiful but threatening place.


The Forgiving Kind

Kensington Books #ad - Sonny is dismayed when her mama accepts Frank Fowler’s offer; even more so when Sonny’s best friend, Daniel, points out that the man has ulterior motives. In this masterful new novel, set in 1950s north carolina, the acclaimed author of The Road to Bittersweet and The Education of Dixie Dupree brings to life an unforgettable young heroine and a moving story of family love tested to its limits.

For twelve-year-old martha “sonny” Creech, there is no place more beautiful than her family’s cotton farm. She, planting, her two brothers, and her parents work hard on their land—hoeing, picking—but only Sonny loves the rich, dark earth the way her father does. Sonny has a talent for divining water—an ability she shared with her father and earns her the hated nickname “water witch” in school.

Even her bond with Daniel begins to collapse under the weight of Mr. When a tragic accident claims his life, her stricken family struggles to fend off ruin—until their rich, reclusive neighbor offers to help finance that year’s cotton crop. But uncanny as that skill may be, it won’t be enough to offset Mr.

The Forgiving Kind #ad - Fowler’s bigoted taunts. Though she tries to bury her misgivings for the sake of her mama’s happiness, Sonny doesn’t need a willow branch to divine that a reckoning is coming, bringing with it heartache, violence—and perhaps, a fitting and surprising measure of justice. Fowler’s disturbing influence in her world.


The Sisters of Alameda Street: A Novel

Skyhorse #ad - Intent on meeting her, malena arrives at alameda Street and meets four sisters who couldn’t be more different from one another, but who share one thing in common: all of their names begin with an A. To avoid a scandal, malena assumes another woman’s identity and enters their home to discover the truth.

Could her mother be amanda, the artistic introvert scarred by her cousin’s murder? but living a lie will bring Malena additional problems, the ideal housewife with a less-than-ideal past? Abigail, the sickly sister in love with a forbidden man? Or Alejandra, the iconoclastic widow who opens the first tango nightclub in a conservative town? Ana, such as falling for the wrong man and loving a family she may lose when they learn of her deceit.

The Sisters of Alameda Street: A Novel #ad - . Worse, her arrival threatens to expose long-buried secrets and a truth that may wreck her life forever. Set in 1960s ecuador, the sisters of alameda Street is a sweeping story of how one woman’s search for the truth of her identity forces a family to confront their own past. A generational saga that mixes historical fiction with the romance and intrigue of a Latin soap opera.

When malena sevilla's tidy, she finds a letter—signed with an “A”—which reveals that her mother is very much alive and living in San Isidro, carefully planned world collapses following her father’s mysterious suicide, a quaint town tucked in the Andes Mountains.


The Optimist's Daughter Vintage International

Vintage #ad - Along in the old house, herself, Laurel finally comes to an understanding of the past, and her parents. After his death, she and her silly young stepmother go back still farther, to the small Mississippi town where she grew up. This pulitzer prize–winning novel tells the story of Laurel McKelva Hand, a young woman who has left the South and returns, to New Orleans, years later, where her father is dying.