FIC­TION Sum­mer Se­crets Jane Green Pan Macmil­lan

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With 15 of her 17 nov­els New York Times best­sellers, Jane Green is known for her warm, witty and in­sight­ful tales about women, their re­la­tion­ships and lives. Sum­mer Se­crets is no dif­fer­ent. In her 20s, Cat Coombs was the life of the party. She was also an al­co­holic, as was her fa­ther, not that she knew that un­til she’d al­most hit bot­tom. At 37, Cat is re­cov­er­ing from al­co­holism and di­vorce. She finds that life is lead­ing her back to Nan­tucket in the US for a sec­ond round of chal­lenges. Love, guilt, hurt and re­morse un­fold as char­ac­ters try to shape the lives they want. Per­cep­tive and captivating, with in­sight­ful de­pic­tions of messy re­la­tion­ships.

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