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More Than You Know
by Nan Rossiter


Overview - New York Times bestselling author Nan Rossiter returns to small

town New England in her third novel, an emotionally compelling and

heartwarming story of three sisters who gather to celebrate their

mother's life and find new inspiration for living their own  Read more...


 
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More About More Than You Know by Nan Rossiter
 
 
 
Overview
New York Times bestselling author Nan Rossiter returns to small

town New England in her third novel, an emotionally compelling and

heartwarming story of three sisters who gather to celebrate their

mother's life and find new inspiration for living their own

 
Details
  • ISBN-13: 9780758283894
  • ISBN-10: 075828389X
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publish Date: April 2013
  • Page Count: 322


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Books > Fiction > Contemporary Women

 
Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2013-05-20
  • Reviewer: Staff

In Rossiter's latest novel (after Words Get in the Way), 44-year-old Beryl Graham has been looking after her mother Mia, who is slowly deteriorating from Alzheimer's disease. After Mia's death, Ber-yl's sisters Isak and Rumer return home to New Hampshire to help with the funeral arrangements and the sale of Mia's home. Each sister must deal with her own issues as they prepare for the burial: Isak no longer feels the spark in her marriage and believes her husband may be cheating; Rumer has sepa-rated from her husband; and Beryl is attracted to Micah Coleman, but fears he has not yet gotten over his deceased wife. Rossiter pays particular attention to detailing quotidian activities, such as the sisters eating their meals or sorting through Mia's belongings. The story starts to generate momentum when papers are found chronicling Mia's secret relationship with a well-known artist, forcing the sisters to realize their mother was not the person they thought her to be. Rossiter's patient, deliberate pacing makes this one a perfect bedtime read. (May)

 
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