January 22nd, 2018
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New Year, New Books to love in January

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Someone in London is cooking up murder …

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How much would you risk to turn your life around?

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RT TOP PICK! What if your prime suspects in a hefty art theft are two men you simply can't resist?

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In Nashville the music is louder, the dreams are bigger, and love can bring a cowboy to his knees.

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A broken promise, a terrifying legacy


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Also by Holly Chamberlin:

Home for Christmas, November 2017
The Season of Us, October 2017
Trade Size
Home for the Summer, July 2017
Trade Size
Last Summer, June 2017
Mass Market Paperback
The Summer Everything Changed, May 2017
Trade Size
Seashell Season, July 2016
The Beach Quilt, June 2014
Summer Days, May 2014
A Winter Wonderland, November 2012
Living Single, May 2012
Beach Season, May 2012
Trade Size
Summer Friends, July 2011
The Summer Of Us, May 2011
One Week in December, October 2009
Trade Size
Tuscan Holiday, September 2008
The Friends We Keep, July 2007
Back in the Game, June 2007
Sex And the Single Witch, September 2006
Paperback (reprint)
Back in the Game, July 2006
Trade Size
Babyland, June 2006
Let It Snow, October 2003

The Season of Us
Holly Chamberlin

October 2017
On Sale: September 26, 2017
256 pages
ISBN: 149670682X
EAN: 9781496706829
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Holiday | Women's Fiction

To outsiders, Appleville, New Hampshire, is a storybook small town complete with a little white church and a gazebo on the village green. To Gincy Gannon Luongo, it was a place to escape from as quickly as she could. Since she moved away twenty years ago, Appleville has been her hometown in name only. But at her brother Tommy’s urging, Gincy is coming back to visit their recently widowed mother in the weeks leading up to Christmas—and she’s bringing her teenage daughter, Tamsin, with her. Ellen Gannon, once feisty and strong-willed, is mired in depression. Tommy isn’t doing much better. Gincy starts restoring order to the household in her usual practical way, but it’s clear that imagined slights and lingering resentments have created deep chasms between them all. With each day, she realizes she has seriously undervalued her mother and her brother. Only now, with the support of her husband, daughter, and best friends, does she see how much she may have missed. For beyond the surface of every family and every picturesque town is something more complicated but infinitely more rewarding—a tapestry of those small acts of acceptance, love, and loyalty that could transform this Christmas into the best Gincy’s ever known.


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