Tag: fiction reviews

Review: THE UNDERSIDE OF JOY by Sere Prince Halverson

From the publisher: To Ella Beene, happiness means living in the Northern California river town of Elbow with her husband, Joe, and his two young children. For three years, Ella has been the only mother the kids have known. But when Joe drowns off the coast, his ex-wife shows up at his funeral, intent on . . .

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I don’t know if you’re like me, but I need to have books to read on vacation.  For the plane (how do people not read on the plane?), for at-the-pool, for bed time, etc.  I’m a fan of the “beach read” but for our recent belated spring break trip to Hawaii (first time, very exciting), . . .

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