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Esther Vaughan disappears from her Chicago apartment, leaving only a letter behind for her roommate; meanwhile, in a Michigan harbor town, Alex Gallo is drawn to a mystery woman, whose allure spirals into something far more sinister.

Esther Vaughan disappears from her Chicago apartment, leaving only a letter behind for her roommate; meanwhile, in a Michigan harbor town, Alex Gallo is drawn to a mystery woman, whose allure spirals into something far more sinister.

Don't You Cry (Thorndike Press Large Print Core Series) Hardcover ? Large Print Import

Don't You Cry (Thorndike Press Large Print Core Series) Hardcover ? Large Print Import

There was a flurry of World War II fiction published over the last 18 months. These books are our favorites.

There was a flurry of World War II fiction published over the last 18 months. These books are our favorites.

Review of Larry Watson's novel, As Good as Gone. Set in 1963 MT, it's the story of a loner cowboy who returns home to care for grandkids he barely knows.

Review of Larry Watson's novel, As Good as Gone. Set in 1963 MT, it's the story of a loner cowboy who returns home to care for grandkids he barely knows.

SWEET RESTRAINT by Beth Kery--Desire becomes obsession in an electrifying novel of scandalous secrets by the New York Times bestselling author of BECAUSE YOU ARE MINE and WHEN I'M WITH YOU…

SWEET RESTRAINT by Beth Kery--Desire becomes obsession in an electrifying novel of scandalous secrets by the New York Times bestselling author of BECAUSE YOU ARE MINE and WHEN I'M WITH YOU…

The Story of a New Name by Elena Ferrante: In 1960's Naples, a close childhood friendship becomes strained when Lila marries at 16 while Elena continues to excel in school. Their search for identity as individuals and as women, in a traditional neighborhood where conformity is valued above all else, provides the theme for this beautiful novel - Amy Henry

The Story of a New Name by Elena Ferrante: In 1960's Naples, a close childhood friendship becomes strained when Lila marries at 16 while Elena continues to excel in school. Their search for identity as individuals and as women, in a traditional neighborhood where conformity is valued above all else, provides the theme for this beautiful novel - Amy Henry