Whistling In the Dark

Every Now and Then: A Novel

Author: Lesley Kagen

A MIDWESTERN BOOKSELLERS CHOICE AWARD WINNER AND NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER NOW IN ITS 18th PRINTING! It was the summer on Vliet Street when we all started locking our doors… Sally O’Malley made a promise to her daddy before he died. She swore she’d look after her sister, Troo. Keep her safe. But like her Granny always said-actions speak louder than words. Now, during the….Read More

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