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Fiction from Glenn Beck
What is a traditional family?
Rachel Price is living the life she
believes she deserves, consumed
by an abusive marriage, until a
phone call from an old friend
changes everything and a new
understanding of her past comes to
light. ;e Snow Angel is a touching
story of family and forgiveness—
perfect holiday reading.
Paperback from Atria
Zoe Baxter is about to have her dreams
of a family come true when a terrible
turn of events leads to the breakup of
her marriage and leaves her childless.
She throws herself into her work as
a music therapist and ;nds herself in
love with a same-sex partner—hoping
to start a family with the frozen
embryos she and her ex-husband never
used in Sing You Home.
Hardcover from Threshold Editions
An intimate profile
of a historic figure
Chris Matthews presents a deeply personal, real look at John F. Kennedy—
the human being. Matthews’ extraordinary biography taps oral histories and
personal interviews with those closest to JFK, revealing the pain, the joys and
the fears of the man who refused to accept the world as it was and lived every
day as if it were his last in Jack Kennedy.
Simon & Schuster
on sale November 1
King at his epic best: King takes readers back in time to another moment—a real-life moment—when everything went wrong.
Three shots in Dallas changed the
country forever … or did they?
What if you could take it all back? ;at November day in 1963 that changed
everything. ;irty-something English teacher Jack Epping is given that opportunity
when he’s pointed to a storeroom that is a portal to the past—a particular day in
1958—and asked to return, to prevent the Kennedy assassination. So begins Jake’s
new life—in a di;erent time and a simpler place where every turn leads to a troubled
loner named Lee Harvey Oswald. Stephen King takes fans back in time, as only he
can, in his terrifying tour de force.
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