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“Vintage Quindlen, a compelling family tale rich in recognizable characters, resplendent storytelling, and reflective observations. It is also an affectionate and appreciative portrait of a disappearing way of life.”
“Keenly observed, quietly powerful … Quindlen, a Pulitzer Prize-winning essayist and former reporter, writes with great empathy, making you care deeply about her characters.”
“A moving exploration of family and notions of home … Quindlen’s prose is crisp and her insights resonant. This coming-of-age story is driven as much by the fully realized characters as it is by the astute ideas about progress and place.”
“In this crisply told story of progress, loss, love, deception, loyalty, and grace, the Pulitzer-Prize-winning Quindlen once again captures her readers’ attention from first page to last.”
– Library Journal
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Filled with insights that are hallmarks of Anna Quindlen’s bestsellers, Miller's Valley is an extraordinary novel about a woman coming of age, as she unearths secrets about her family and her town, and surprising truths about herself.
Anna Quindlen is the author of several bestselling novels: Rise and Shine, Blessings, Object Lessons, One True Thing, and Black and Blue, and nonfiction books Good Dog. Stay., Being Perfect, Loud & Clear, A Short Guide to a Happy Life, Living Out Loud, Thinking Out Loud, and How Reading Changed My Life. She has also written two children's books The Tree That Came to Stay, and Happily Ever After. Her New York Times column Public and Private won the Pulitzer Prize in 1992. Her column now appears every other week in Newsweek.