New at Fredricksen Library! Told with piercing prose and a forensic eye, Ann Cleeves' gripping new novel explores what happens when a community closes ranks to protect their own - and at what point silent witnesses become complicit.
The House at Riverton by Kate Morton. "Told in flashback, Grace Bradley recalls her time as a servant at Riverton House in the summer of 1924 when tragedy befalls a young poet while at a party at the house.
Available in mass market, trade, ebook and audiobook! PELICAN POINT November 2013 Kensington Brava ISBN 9780758292773 Mass Market Reissue September 2014 Kensington Publishing ISBN 9781420136937 Blueberry Cove, Maine, is as small-town as small towns get.
On paper, Arabella Hicks seems more than qualified to teach her fiction class on the Upper West Side: she's a writer herself; she's passionate about books; she's even named after the heroine in a Georgette Heyer novel.
In the late summer of George Sawle brings his Cambridge schoolmate—a handsome, aristocratic young poet named Cecil Valance—to his family’s modest home outside London for the weekend. The Stranger's Child by Alan Hollinghurst.