The author of Bel Canto, winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award, the Orange Prize, and long-running New York Times best seller, turns to nonfiction in a moving chronicle of her decades-long friendship with the critically acclaimed and recently deceased author, Lucy Grealy.
Beloved author Elizabeth Gilbert returns to fiction with a unique love story set in the New York City theater world during the 1940s.
But when an argument in a blinding New England snowstorm inadvertently causes an accident that involves a stranger and her child, all Bernard Doyle cares about is his ability to keep his children, all of his children, safe. Elizabeth's is a home for unwed mothers in the 1960s.
But when an argument in a blinding New England snowstorm inadvertently causes an accident that involves a stranger and her child, all Bernard Doyle cares about is his ability to keep his children, all of his children, safe.
Vividly portraying the pain of peer rejection and the guilty pleasures of wanting to be special, Grealy captures with unique insight what it is like as a child and young adult to be torn between two warring impulses.
Daisy is a girl coming of age in LA in the late '60s, sneaking into clubs on the Sunset Strip, sleeping with rock stars, and dreaming of singing at the Whisky a Go Go.
Not so for Rose, a beautiful, mysterious woman who comes to the home pregnant but not unwed.
She plans to give up her baby because she knows she cannot be the mother it needs. Elizabeth's is near a healing spring, and when Rose's time draws near, she cannot go through with her plans, not all of them. Marina Singh is sent to Brazil to track down her former mentor, Dr.
Annick Swenson, who seems to have disappeared in the Amazon while working on an extremely valuable new drug.
The last person who was sent to find her died before he could complete his mission.