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Also by Elin Hilderbrand:

Winter Storms, October 2018
Mass Market Paperback
The Identicals, July 2018
Mass Market Paperback
The Perfect Couple, June 2018
The Blue Bistro, January 2017
Trade Size
Winter Street, October 2016
Mass Market Paperback
Here's to Us, June 2016
Winter Stroll, October 2015
The Rumor, June 2015
Winter Street, October 2014
The Matchmaker, June 2014
Summerland: A Novel, March 2013
Silver Girl, June 2011
The Beach Club, March 2011
Trade Size (reprint)
A Summer Affair, July 2008
Barefoot, June 2008
Trade Size
Barefoot, July 2007
The Love Season, April 2007
The Blue Bistro, June 2006
Mass Market Paperback
Summer People, July 2004
Mass Market Paperback
Nantucket Nights, July 2003
Mass Market Paperback
The Beach Club, June 2001
Mass Market Paperback

Silver Girl
Elin Hilderbrand

Regan Books
June 2011
On Sale: June 21, 2011
Featuring: Meredith Martin Delinn; Connie Flute; Toby
416 pages
ISBN: 031609966X
EAN: 9780316099660
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Women's Fiction Contemporary

Meredith Martin Delinn just lost everything – her friends, her homes, her social standing – because her husband, Freddy, cheated rich investors out of billions of dollars. Desperate and facing homelessness, Meredith must turn to her old best friend, Connie Flute, who has recent worries of their own. Together, Meredith and Connie escape to Nantucket as a refuge and a sanctuary to spend the summer trying to heal.

But the island can't offer complete escape, and they are plagued by new and old troubles alike. When Connie's brother Toby—Meredith's high School boyfriend—arrives, Meredith must reconcile the difference between the life she is leading and the life she could have had.

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Good Morning America - July 4, 2011


7 comments posted.

Re: Silver Girl

Sounds absolutely lovely! I want to come live at your house!! ;)
(Kelli Jo Calvert 1:13pm June 21, 2011)

Living in Nantucket sounds beautiful. I always loved the roar of the ocean. Living out in the country, I can appreciate the same beauty from a different perspective. I see the sun rise from over the trees in the morning when I have my coffee, and watch it set over the barn in the evening. The town is 4 miles away, although not cobblestone, but quaint just the same. I'm one mile away from Lake Huron, and 4 miles from the public beach access, so I can go sunbathing or fishing off the pier, or just take in the activities that are always going on at the park. I wouldn't give up my life here now, considering I lived in the city for most of my life. You'd have to pull me out of here, kicking and screaming!! I love the cover on Silver Girl, and am anxiously waiting to read it!
Peggy Roberson 1:20pm June 21, 2011)

I agree, Nantucket is a step away from the ordinary. Being near the water and the shake shingled homes with vistas overlooking the ocean is my kind of vacation. I have fond memories of the beaches, walks, a bird which somehow flew down the chimney of our rented place and the picnics. A walk by moonlight was the highlight of our trip. I can still taste the fresh catch and we took mussels from the rocks and steamed them. Jellyfish were out in force and that was creepy around the legs worrying about what would happen if one really connected. The breeze and the sound of waves were comforting and helped us have a relaxing family time. I wish to go back soon to this different way of living in Falmouth and learn the Indian lore again and peek in the shops for bargains and eyefuls.
Alyson Widen 1:40pm June 21, 2011)

awesome enjoy every day :}
Julie Barett 3:13pm June 21, 2011)

It sounds so lovely! I have always loved being near the ocean! It also sounds like there are some very wonderful places to explore and some fabulous places to eat!
Marguerite Guinn 4:06pm June 21, 2011)

Nantucket sounds like a place i need to be !! I love the beach we have a vacation home in Surf City,N.C. (Topsail) when we cross over the swing bridge it's like crossing over into another life and it's where i love the most. I love your books and started reading your books for the location, you are awesome and i always look forward to your next book I have a shelf on my bookcase dedicated to your books : )
Lori Barnes 8:11pm June 21, 2011)

What a lovely description of a perfect day. Made me relax just reading it.
Sounds like you have found your own little corner of Heaven right here on Earth.
Connie Fischer
Connie Fischer 1:15pm June 22, 2011)

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